inversion mutation

inversion mutation

A mutation resulting from the removal of a length of DNA which is then reinserted facing in the opposite direction.
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The algorithm adopts the optimal reserved roulette wheel method for chromosome duplication, and adopts optimal reserved sequent crossover operator to achieve the chromosome, whereas mutation operator adopts the improved inversion mutation operator.
1) When both of the haphazard two points are 0, an inversion mutation is invalid, as it makes sub path reversed only.
2) When either of the haphazard two points is 0, the other's neighbor is 0, an inversion mutation would produce invalid chromosome, where two zero are neighbors in the chromosome, which is demonstrated in Figure 1.
These types, depending on the representation used are: Reciprocal exchange Mutation, Inversion mutation, Insertion mutation, Displacement mutation, Boundary mutation and Uniform random mutation.
These types, depending on the representation used are: Boundary mutation, Uniform random mutation, Non-uniform mutation, Reciprocal mutation, Inversion mutation, Insertion mutation, and Displacement mutation.
Long distance PCR in detection of inversion mutations of F8C gene in hemophilia A patients.