A mutation resulting from loss of one or more nucleotides from a DNA sequence.
a mutation that results from the deletion of one or more amino acids present in the genetic material of the organism undergoing the mutation.
A deletion is the complete removal of the gene of interest from the yeast genome. In preparing RNA, we grow the strain at 30°C until the culture reaches an OD of about 0.6, and then harvest the cells.
The loss of genetic material from a chromosome or gene. search for Deletion mutation
A mutation in which one or more (sequential) nucleotides is lost by the genome. If the number lost is not divisible by 3 and is in a coding region, the result is a frameshift mutation.