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  • Immunity
    • Active immunity
      • Exposure to antigen (pathogen) invades the body.
      • Lag phase before protection develops.
      • Long term protection due to memory cells being produced
      • Natural infection
      • Artificial vaccination
    • Passive immunity
      • Anti-bodies mediated.
      • No immune response- Anti-bodies not made they come from another source
      • No expose to antigens
      • Immediate protection
      • Short term protection due to no memory cells produced
      • Natural
        • Transfer for maternal. Antibodies to fetus/baby via milk or through placenta
      • Artificial
        • Administration of pre-formed antibodies
          • Rabies injection
          • Tetanus injection
          • Anti-venom antibodies


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