antimorph

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anti- +‎ -morph

Noun[edit]

antimorph ‎(plural antimorphs)

  1. (genetics) a gain of function mutation that acts in opposition to the normal gene's function.

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Muller, HJ (1932) Further studies on the nature and causes of gene mutations. Proceedings of the 6th International Congress of Genetics, pp 213-255.