SNP vs. SNV vs. Mutation

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SNP = single nucleotide polymorphism. As its name suggests, a SNP is a DNA change at the single nucleotide level. By virtue of being a polymorphism, a SNP must occur commonly within a population, with “common” typically being understood as having a minor allele frequency of >1%. The commonality of SNPs generally implies that SNPs

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