Gene Mutation

A mutation is a modification to the nucleotide sequence of the genome of an organism, pathogen, or extrachromosomal DNA. Experts have identified the most frequent immunodeficiency diseases caused by genetic mutation. The researchers investigated the infants' inflammatory bowel disease. The disorder was caused by a mutation that prevented natural killer cells from properly developing, resulting in a reduction in the amount of immune cells.

  • Harmful mutation.
  • Beneficial mutation.
  • Prion mutation
  • Somatic mutation
  • Amorphic mutation

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