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This episode is about mutations especially types of mutations and their effects on proteins, genetic variation and viral antigenic drift and also answers some great questions asked by listeners about a range of things that often confuse students, such as why we are not still immune to a virus that has undergone antigenic shift, or why we have both NK cells and Tc cells (CTLs) when they both seem to do the same thing ... and more.
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