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    Subunit vaccines can be made by genetic engineering of yeast cells. A side effect of this kind of vaccination might be_______.

    the disease
    a yeast infection
    duet to extraneous material
    that the vaccine doesn't provide immunity
    none of the above

    Which enzyme does not make sticky ends?
    HaeIII
    PstI

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    1. Subunit vaccines can be made by genetic engineering of yeast cells. A side effect of this kind of vaccination might be that the vaccine doesn't provide immunity.

    Explanation: Subunit vaccines are defined as those containing one or more pure or semi-pure antigens. In order to develop subunit vaccines, it is critical to identify the individual components ...

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