Coding, non synonymous snp
Coding, non synonymous snp - a non synonymous coding snp consists of a variation at an appreciable frequency between individuals of a single interbreeding population of a single nucleotide, due to base substitution, at an equivalent location within a protein coding region of a gene that causes an alteration of the translation of the affected codon into a different amino acid in the protein product. A missense non synonymous snp results in an amino acid change in the protein product due to a codon change, while a nonsense non synonymous snp results in a termination codon.
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