I was wondering if anyone knew what happens to a protein that gets wrongly assembled due to a mutated RNA? Does it just do a slightly different or very destructive action in the organism, or does the organism catch it and kick it out? Also an extra side question: Speaking of mutations of RNA, they can get mutated in many different ways, right? It can be from mutated gene that was inherited, or a mutation that happened in the gene in the meantime (can that happen?), or the RNA transcription might have had a mutation? Right? Many thanks!