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Discuss with your teacher what does a suitable gene means, in the context of DNA vaccines.


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DNA vaccines carry the gene that encodes a specific antigen. When introduced into a live host, the antigen encoded by gene induces immune response and thereby makes the host cell immune to a particular antigen. For the purpose, DNA vaccines should carry “suitable gene” that encode the antigen from pathogen capable of induction of desired immune response in the host cell.

Biology
NCERT
Standard XII

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