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The missense mutation which causes all of this is the difference of one nucleotide. It is first translated into mRNA, then into a protein. The missense mutation causes a valine to be placed where a glutamic acid normally goes. This non-conservative missense mutation causes the shape of the protein, hemoglobin, to change.What does a missense mutation look like?
Nonsense Mutation A nonsense mutation is the substitution of a single base pair that leads to the appearance of a stop codon where previously there was a codon specifying an amino acid. The presence of this premature stop codon results in the production of a shortened, and likely nonfunctional, protein.What is a missense variant?
The missense variant of the beta-hemoglobin protein leads to misshapen blood cells that are unable to efficiently transport oxygen. Due to this, individuals with sickle-cell anemia become winded during even the simplest activities.