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    A certain type of bacteria in the intestines of hens and other fowls forms a non-resistant strain that renders the animals immune to respiratory tract infection. Humans currently must be supplied with vaccines in order to be rendered immune to respiratory tract infection. So, if genetic engineering technology can succeed in introducing bacteria that can survive in the human intestine, the need for vaccines will be reduced.

    Which of the following is a presupposition of the above argument?

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    1. The bacteria would produce a non-resistant strain in human intestines.
    2. This is currently the only bacteria strain that must be countered by a vaccine.
    3. There have been no attempts to create vaccines from the bacteria present in the intestines of some birds.
    4. Hens are currently the only birds that can produce their own protection against influenza.
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