Protein Sequence Abnormality
Definition of Protein Sequence Abnormality:
A change in the amino acid sequence of a wild-type protein. This alteration typically occurs due to a mutation of the gene that encodes the protein. The change in amino acid sequence may enhance, reduce, abolish or have no effect on protein activity.
Protein Sequence Abnormality is part of the Molecular Abnormality group
Protein Sequence Abnormality is also know as:
Protein Sequence Alteration
Related Terms
Protein Splicing Abnormality
Protein Truncation Abnormality
Translation Initiation Abnormality