If one person gets an mRNA vaccine that teaches their body to deal with a specific virus, and another person gets a similar but different mRNA vaccine, and another person gets a more "classic" vaccine with modified/weakened/dead virus cells, will there be any real difference in the antibodies developed by the three different people?
My gut instinct says that the antibodies/proteins developed by all of the people will be mostly identical, but I'm not a biologist.
I'm having difficulty finding articles/research on this. Full disclosure: this somewhat pertains to the SARS-CoV-2 and the varying vaccines, but it is also a more general question. I was hoping to find research on this, but it is proving difficult to google for such a verbose subject.