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A researcher studying hemoglobin predicts that a histidine within the protein is important for binding oxygen. She used site-directed mutagenesis to change a codon for histidine (CAU) to one for lysine (AAA). However, the mutant hemoglobin still binds oxygen just as well as the wild-type and has no other apparent changes. This type of mutation is called

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