anonymous
  • anonymous
I have been given an example where there is mutation in an exon (specifically exon 9 of the dysferlin gene). This mutation is an insertion of 72 nucleotides. When looking at this mutation closer I can see that it is actually 3 repeats of 24 nucleotides that occur directly before the mutation. In the mutation the first group of 24 nucleotides is a direct copy, but the other 2 groups of 24 nucleotides have been inverted before being copied into the sequence. So, for example, the mutation looks something like this; aagt gtaa gtaa So what type of mutation/ sequence is this? Can I say it is a m
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can i say it is a minisatellite? or can mutations not be minisatellites??

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