Vaccines against Infectious Diseases

Vaccines, which are biological preparations that develop immunity to a specific disease, are a vital part of disease prevention. Immunization can prevent the suffering and death caused by infectious diseases like polio, measles, and pneumonia. Immunizations prepare the immune system to ward off a disease. To immunize against viral diseases, the virus used in the vaccine should been weakened or killed. To only immunize against bacterial diseases, it is commonly possible to use a small portion of the dead bacteria to stimulate the production of antibodies against the whole bacteria.

  • Live-attenuated vaccines
  • Inactivated vaccines
  • Toxoid vaccines
  • Subunit, recombinant, polysaccharide, and conjugate vaccines

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