mutational event resulting in additional information being put into/added to a chromosome.
A chromosome abnormality in which a piece of DNA is incorporated into a gene and thereby disrupts the gene's normal function.
a mutation that occurs when an extra nucleotide is inserted into a gene sequence, causing a frame shift.
A mutation in which one or more nucleotides are inserted into a DNA sequence.
a character that occurs in the sequence which does not correspond to any character in the string pattern unit
A portion of genetic material inserted into either a gene, section of DNA, or piece of chromosome.
Chromosome abnormality due to insertion of a segment from one chromosome into another chromosome.
The presence of additional bases within a sequence that are not present in wild-type sequence.
A type of mutation in which a new DNA base is inserted into an existing sequence of DNA bases. This shifts the reference frame in protein synthesis, resulting (sometimes) in altered amino acid sequences.
A mutation in which a segment of DNA is inserted into another segment of DNA.
genetic mutation by introduction of one or more nucleotides in a DNA sequence
A type of translocation in which an interstitial segment from one chromosome (resulting from two breaks) is inserted within a nonhomologous chromosome at a third breakpoint. A transgene insertion involves genetic material derived from another organism, introduced by pronuclear microinjection of DNA or incorporation of exogenous DNA by embryonic stem cells (either by viral infection or electroporation), and incorporated into a host chromosome at a random or targeted location.
a piece of genetic material inserted into an existing gene sequence, often causing a mutation.
A type of mutation caused by the addition of one or more adjacent base pairs to a gene.
The gain or addition of a sequence(s) of DNA not normally present.
A mutation that inserts one or morenucleotides into the DNA.
a mutation where one or more nucleotide pairs is/are added to a gene.
The addition of a piece of chromosomal material into a chromosome in a place where it is not normally found. This may result in a disorder, because the genetic code may then be read or translated incorrectly.
Addition of chromosomal material or DNA sequence of one or more nucleotides within the genome.
A type of chromosomal abnormality in which a DNA sequence is inserted into a gene, disrupting the normal structure and function of that gene.