aureus sparks an emergency 'SOS' response, which increases the rate of mutation
in microbial DNA, resulting in hardy and persistent variants better able to resist antibiotics.
Prior studies have identified interspecific differences in the frequency of observed somatic mutations (Schweinsberg et al., 2015), but it is not clear whether this is driven by disparities in the mutational properties of separate markers, environmental effects, or true species variation in the rate of mutation
BRAF mutant/MSS cancers of the serrated pathway have been found to have a comparably high rate of p53 mutation as the BRAF wild-type cancers, whereas BRAF mutant/MSI cancers were confirmed to have a low rate of mutation
codon 531 (52%) and higher rate of mutation
on codon 526 (19%).22
The similarity in successful mutation analysis between the two groups effectively disproved the hypothesis that the dominant reason for the lower than expected rate of mutation
analysis was a result of insufficient sample from a cytological diagnostic techniques.
However, the rate of mutation
of the NPHS1 gene varies amongst different ethnic groups outside of Finland ranging from 39 to 80% in CNS cases [15-19].
However, the optimum setting for the rate of mutation
cannot be identified without a scientific approach.
The rate of mutation
in non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer is 60-70% [23-25].
Mycobacteria develop natural resistance to drugs by spontaneous mutations and the rate of mutation
for each drug is different (Riley 1993).
It was concluded that the increased rate of mutation
resulted from ingesting contaminated food coupled with mutations of the genetic material passed from the parent to the next generation.
What was the rate of mutation
development among all infected patients in the current study?