Types of Vaccines

A vaccine is a substance that is introduced into the body to stimulate the immune response. It is given to prevent an infectious disease for developing the person becoming ill. It is made up of using several different processes. It made from microbes that are dead so they are unable to cause disease. Merely segments of the pathogen (this includes both sub unit and conjugate vaccines). If the vaccinated person then comes into contact with the disease-causing microbe, the immune system remembers the antibodies it made to the vaccine and can make them earlier .The person is claimed to be resistant to the pathogen

 

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