- Definition and types – innate and acquired, active and passive, humoral and cell-mediated, Antibodies, Vaccination
- Innate Immunity
- Acquired Immunity
- Active and Passive Immunity
- Vaccination and Immunisation
- Auto Immunity
- Immune System in the Body
- Human immune system
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- Human Health and Diseases Part 2
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- Active and Passve Immunity, Humoral & CMI
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- Antibodies and Antigens, B cells , T cells
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- Acquired immunity, response
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- Immunity, innate immunity
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It is generally observed that the children who had suffered from chicken – pox in their childhood may not contract the same disease in their adulthood. Explain giving reasons the basics of such immunity in an individual. Name this kind of immunity.
A heavily bleeding and bruised road accident victim was brought to a nursing home. The doctor immediately gave him an injection to protect him against a deadly disease.
(a) Write what did the doctor inject into the patient’s body.
(b) How do you think this injection would protect the patient against the disease?
(c) Name the disease against which this injection was given and the kind of immunity it provides.