Question

Vaccines are

A

Same as monoclonal antibodies

B

Treated bacteria or viruses or one of their proteins

C

MHC proteins

D

Strands of nucleic acids

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Solution
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Correct option is B)

Correct option: (B)

Explanation for correct option:

  • Vaccines are used to provide immunity against a pathogen by exposing our immune system to dead or inactive bacteria and viruses or their proteins. 
  • These dead or inactive viruses or bacteria or their proteins do not cause the disease  but rather train our immune system.
  • So that our immune system retains a memory of this exposure and use this memory to fight these pathogens in case of future exposures.

 


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