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Archive del 15 marzo 2010

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Molti geni codificano per proteine enzimatiche attive per una reazione biochimica in una delle vie metaboliche dell’organismo.

Se uno di questi geni muta, il nuovo codice contiene l’informazione per produrre un enzima difettoso, incapace di portare avanti la sua reazione metabolica determinando un blocco della via metabolica nella quale è coinvolto.

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