mis·sense adjective \ˈmis-ˌsen(t)s\
: relating to or being a genetic mutation involving alteration of one or more codons so that different amino acids are determined — compare antisense, nonsense
Origin of MISSENSE
(as in nonsense
First Known Use: 1961
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