mutational frequency

mu·ta·tion·al fre·quen·cy

the proportions of mutations in a population.
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Specific "hot spots" are identified where the mutational frequency of DNA changes are more prevalent in patients with MS than in other similar neurological diseases and healthy controls.
37 The hobnail cell type, characterized by cytoplasmic protrusions and a tadpole or hobnail appearance, shows a low TP53 mutational frequency, mainly of spontaneous transition type at CpG nucleotides.
The 36% frequency was similar to the KRAS mutational frequency observed in other studies.