Microbiology

Which of the following molecules do you think would make good antigens for recognizing a pathogen? You may choose more than one.

1) a cell wall protein
2) a piece of DNA inside a cell
3) a protein that is part of a flagella
4) a uniquely shaped protein that is part of a virus
5) a protein that is only made by prokaryotic cells
6) a protein that is only made by eukaryotic cells

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  1. cell wall

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  2. 1) a cell wall protein
    2) a piece of DNA inside a cell
    3) a protein that is part of a flagella
    5) a protein that is only made by prokaryotic cells
    6) a protein that is only made by eukaryotic cells

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  3. 2,4 and5

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