FCJD - What does fCJD stand for? The Free Dictionary
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fCJD is caused by the inherited E200K point mutation, where the amino acid glutamic acid is replaced by lysine at position 200.
If codon 178 encodes for a valine, then the mutation will result in fCJD.
In humans the most common TSEs are sporadic, familial, and variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (sCJD, fCJD
, and vCJD, respectively).