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It is believed that the codon–amino acid assignments of the standard genetic code (SGC) help to minimize the negative effects caused by point mutations. All possible point mutations of the genetic code can be represented as a weighted graph with weights that correspond to the probabilities of these mutations. The robustness of a code against point mutations can be described then by means of the so-called conductance measure. This paper quantifies the wobble effect, which was investigateddoi:10.3390/life11121338 pmid:34947869 pmcid:PMC8707135 fatcat:isly2z5dc5d23eju7tgwmvrkom