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Nonambiguity refers to the fact that codon X will always code for the same amino acid. Degeneracy refers to the fact that an amino acid can be coded for by many codons. I rephrase the question to get to the gist of things: Why do certain mutations cause no difference for protein synthesis, while others make a big difference? Certain mutations can ...

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