posted by Hae on .
Please help, anyone!
There's 3 types of gene mutation: substitution, deletion, and insertion, right? So what are '2 kinds of gene mutation that causes the protein to be not formed'??
I mean, gene mutations may cause non functional proteins, but that's not the same as "no protein formed" right??
This is not my area, so try some of the following links for in formation:
Non-functional proteins are still proteins, right? "no protein formed" is exactly that.