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mutation
used in Red: The Heroic Rescue

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Definition
a change in the genes that determines how a living organism is designed; or the result of the change
  • There is no way to predict mutations of this kind.
    Chapter 6 (69% in)
  • But you have to understand that we're dealing with a mutation of a genetically engineered vaccine here-literally billions of DNA and RNA pairs.
    Chapter 8 (18% in)
  • You said the Raison Strain is a brand-new virus, less than a week old, a mutation of the Raison accine.
    Chapter 8 (34% in)
  • But the chance of the back door she'd engineered surviving the mutation was terribly small.
    Chapter 11 (31% in)
  • Below it, a model of the Raison Strain, a mutation that had survived after the vaccine had been subjected to intense heat for two hours, exactly as Thomas had predicted.
    Chapter 11 (38% in)
  • She'd analyzed a simulation of the actual mutation a hundred times over the past hour and saw how it had worked.
    Chapter 11 (38% in)
  • If she could find the specific gene she'd engineered, and if it had survived the mutation, then introducing the virus she'd already developed to neutralize the vaccine might also render the Raison Strain impotent.
    Chapter 11 (41% in)
  • If it survived the mutation, three days.
    Chapter 11 (65% in)
  • The equation on the monitor, the Raison Strain, a mutation of her own creation.
    Chapter 12 (11% in)
  • The key was here and, by all appearances, unaffected by the mutation.
    Chapter 12 (14% in)
  • One hour and fifty minutes or two hours and ten minutes, and the mutation doesn't hold.
    Chapter 15 (49% in)
  • Did your key survive the mutation?
    Chapter 15 (54% in)
  • "There will be no more mutations," Svensson said easily.
    Chapter 15 (89% in)
  • They say that your encoding survived the mutation.
    Chapter 29 (77% in)

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