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Default Some confusing topics in goljan pathology plz answer!

In page 128: "Amplification that occurs in noncoding areas of the gene (intron) produce a loss of function type of mutation."
Why? Introns will be deleted and if mutations happen there, would be deleted too. It is my question.
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