Some articles on dominant, dominant negative:
... These mutations usually have dominant phenotypes ... Dominant negative mutations (also called antimorphic mutations) have an altered gene product that acts antagonistically to the wild-type allele ... molecular function (often inactive) and are characterised by a dominant or semi-dominant phenotype ...
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