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a. What happens when a drug induces an immune response in the patient? How

can it be identified?


Why can't erythropoietin (EPO) drug be produced in E. coli?

c. Can we determine the "wild-type" structure (i.e. the active form in the human

body) of a protein-based molecule from just the primary structure of the protein?

Why or why not?

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