If a mouse develops an immune response to a unique bacterial protein, does that ensure that it will serve as a useful vaccine?

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Yes, if the protein is expressed on the inside of the cell.

Yes, if it codes for a protein that is very similar to the proteins of the host cell.

Yes, if it is a protein that is involved in bacteria DNA replication.

Yes, if it is a protein that is on the cell surface or secreted outside the cell.

 

asked Dec 27, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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Yes, if it is a protein that is on the cell surface or secreted outside the cell.

 

answered Dec 27, 2012 by anonymous

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