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Yes, each of the mutations produced a different protein.
In insertion, it changed a bunch of proteins and added another. In deletion, it changed every single one of the proteins. In substitution, it changed only five of the proteins.
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The mutation that seemed most likely to cause problems was insertion and deletion. In other places, insertion and deletion was a major problem for them as well.
A mutation in the DNA might not cause a change in the protein because there are multiple ways that you can get the amino acid.