A drug that inhibits the enzyme JAK3 (which is found only in immune cells) and acts as an immunosuppressant.
- Jakob's disease
Better known as Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), a dementing disease of the brain. It is believed due to an unconventional, transmissible agent (a prion). Symptoms of CJD include forgetfulness, nervousness, jerky trembling hand movements, unsteady gait, muscle spasms, chronic dementia, balance disorder, and loss of facial expression. CJD is classified as a spongiform encephalopathy. Most cases […]
- Jakob-Creutzfeldt disease
A degenerative disease of the brain that causes dementia and, eventually, death. It is believed to be caused by an unconventional microbe called a prion, rather than by bacteria or a virus. Abbreviated CJD. Symptoms of CJD include forgetfulness, nervousness, trembling hand movements, unsteady gait, muscle spasms, chronic dementia, balance disorder, and loss of facial […]
- American Medical Association
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- Jamais vu
From the French, meaning “never seen”. The illusion that the familiar does not seem familiar. The opposite of the feeling of “dej� vu.”