missense


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mis·sense

(mis'ens),
As used in genetics, a mutation that causes a sequence such that there is a substitution of one amino acid residue for another.

missense

(mĭs′sĕns′)
adj.
Of or relating to a mutation that changes a codon for one amino acid into a codon for a different amino acid.
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We screened exon 13 of the KIT gene in the dominant white goat and black goat, and identified a single-base AaG point missense mutation in all the samples (Fig.
A missense mutation in the nuclear localization signal sequence of CERKL (p.
The missense heterozygous variant found in LZTR1 in our patient is localized in KT1 domain.
The present study has established that omentin-1 gene Val109Asp (326 +A/T) missense polymorphism is frequently present in both groups of current population, However, Homozygous genotype Asp/Asp was more often in control subjects (OR= 0.
The G769A mutation in human INHA gene should be one of the important causes increasing the likelihood of POF, which led to Ala257Thr missense mutation in INHA with high statistical significance in POF (nine out of 80, 11.
Dominant missense mutations in the NLRP3 gene found in the chromosome region 1q44 are responsible for most cases of CAPS (20).
A method and server for predicting damaging missense mutations.
Keywords: AZFa, Computational analysis, Male infertility, Missense, nsSNP, UTY gene.
PPD is caused by mutations in the WISP3 gene and most common mutations are missense (41%) and frameshift mutations (36%).
The results of the sequencing analyses for the 6 cases were as follows: in the first case, 4 missense mutations were detected in exons 3 and 8.