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loss-of-function mutation


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Gain and loss of function of ALS-related mutations of TARDBP (TDP-43) cause motor deficits in vivo

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A genetic lesion that prevents the normal gene product from being produced or renders it inactive. An example of a loss of function mutation would be a nonsense mutation that causes polypeptide chain termination during translation. Loss of function mutations are generally recessive. Contrast with gain of function mutation.

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