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Why is it the case that for an average protein-coding exon, most new mutations are nonsynonymous?

  1. Why is it the case that for an average protein-coding exon, most new mutations are nonsynonymous?

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Non synonymous mutation basically refers to the mutation in the nucleotide sequence of the DNA molecule that can change the... View the full answer

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  • The mutation in the exon of the gene basically occurs at the first or second position of the codon? Can you explain this?
    • alphaaaaaaa
    • May 11, 2018 at 11:00am

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