missense

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Etymology[edit]

mis- +‎ sense

Noun[edit]

missense (countable and uncountable, plural missenses)

  1. (biology) A damaged DNA sequence that is meaningful but has an incorrect meaning, with the result that its products do not do what they are supposed to do.

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