mutation

  1. A

    DNA vs RNA mutations

    Why are mutations in DNA more serious than mutations in RNA? Is it because DNA is the basic building block of all proteins, whereas RNA is only used to help in the production of DNA? Thanks :)
  2. shtwe

    Defective enzyme retaining some function but not all

    I was doing an MCAT diagnostic test from kaplan. One of the topics was a mutation that caused an enzyme to lose only some of its function but retained most. I'm confused in general how an enzyme can only lose some part of its function but not all of it. Doesn't losing some function indicate...