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What kind of vaccine is the hepatitis B vaccine?
Recombinant subunit vaccine
A person who has been exposed to rabies receives both HRIG (human rabies immunoglobulin) injected near the bite site and the rabies vaccine. What does this strategy represent?
Active immunization combined with passive immunotherapy
Which of the following diagnostic procedures depends on precipitation of antigen-antibody complexes?
Infection with Neisseria gonorrhea can be detected in specimens by the_________ test.
Indirect fluorescent antibody
Exposure to HI can be verified using a(n)_______ assay.
Tissue samples can be tested for pathogen is using_______ assays.
Direct fluorescent antibody