Can active immunity be produced by being injected with gamma globulin injections?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    No, because the antibodies were not made by the body.

    It's a passive immunity that does not stay once the gamma globulin is used up.

    Since the B cells did not proliferate into clones => plasma cells => memory cells, no memory is built up in the system, and if the body is infected again, it will react to the infection as if it was the first time.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    no its passive immunity

    Source(s): MD
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