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what does it mean the m derivatives of the parent sequence by mutating p% of the bases in the parent gene?

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You'll have to give more context for a meaningful answer to this. A simple interpretation would be: a parent sequence if mutated, will give rise to derivative sequences. So if you mutate some percentage of the bases, it will give rise to a number (m) of derivative sequences. So...what is the context? From a paper? Which one?

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