Vaccines and Immunization

The process of creating and developing vaccinations that include biological agents that are almost identical to disease-causing bacteria in weakened forms, implying that the pathogenicity of the microorganism vaccines is destroyed. A vaccination is a substance that resembles a disease-causing germ and is frequently manufactured from weakened or destroyed microorganisms, their toxins, or one of their surface proteins. The agent induces the body's system to recognise the agent as a threat, eliminate it, and destroy any similar bacteria it may meet in the future.


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