Discuss with your teacher what ‘a suitable gene’ means, in the context of DNA vaccines.
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Discuss with your teacher what ‘a suitable gene’ means, in the context of DNA vaccines.
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In the context of DNA vaccines, a ‘suitable gene’ refers to a specific DNA segment that can be injected into the cells of the host body to produce specific proteins. The specific proteins kill the specific disease-causing organism in the body of the host and it also provides immunity to the host body.
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