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Anonymous asked in HealthDiseases & ConditionsInfectious Diseases · 8 years ago

How does a vaccine create immunities to bacterial infections?

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    a vaccine is a synthetic bacteria. a specific vaccine has the same structure of the bacteria that you want to be immune from. your antibodies will then record the structure of the vaccine so that when you can acquire that bacteria, your body will be able to produce the specific antibody basing from the record they got from the vaccine.

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