genetic problem

Andy Warkman awarkman at mustang.uwo.ca
Thu Feb 8 18:30:30 EST 1996


mazzocco at sirio.cba.unige.it wrote:


>Question: how can I define a sequence that is different from another one only 
>in 3 silent point mutations (the encoded aminoacids don't change)which are 
>found in the same position in all the analyzed samples? Can I call it a 
>"mutant form" or is there a specific definition?

>Thanks in advance to all who'll decide to answer to me!

>Katia Mazzocco 

The term polymorphism might be the best discription




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