Null mutation

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A null [[Mutation|mutation]] is when the functionality of a protein completely ceases to work due to a [[Nucleotide|nucleotide]] change. This would result in a truncated protein.  
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A null [[Mutation|mutation]] is when the functionality of a [[protein|protein]] completely ceases to work due to a [[Nucleotide|nucleotide]] change. This would result in a truncated protein.  

Latest revision as of 15:24, 19 October 2017

A null mutation is when the functionality of a protein completely ceases to work due to a nucleotide change. This would result in a truncated protein.  

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