silent site

silent site

In a gene, one of the positions at which a mutation does not change the product.
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On what is now a silent site slipping into dereliction, more than 700 ships were constructed, with a Second World War workforce numbering 6,000.
On what is now a silent site slipping into dereliction, more than 700 ships were constructed, witha Second World Warworkforce numbering 6,000.
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SILENT SITE: The Valleywood site and some of the nearly complete studios Picture: Patrick Olner
You need to have the functionality that transforms a static, silent site into interactive experiences that respond to your customer's needs.
Similar rates but different modes of sequence evolution in introns and at exonic silent sites in rodents: evidence for selectively-driven codon usage.