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  1. Immunity is the ability of the body to resist an infection of pathogen by producing a specific antibody. A...of serum containing antibodies to acquire immunity . VACCINE is a suspension of bacteria...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/10/2011

  2. ... infected, the immune system must sacrifice it, and destroy it before infection spreads. HUMORAL IMMUNITY : When humoral immunity is needed (for organisms that live...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/04/2008

  3. Streptococcus aureus lives on your body (it's kind of like Escherichia coli, lives with you, but can also make you sick). It is an opportunistic pathogen, meaning, if you're already sick, it will take advantage of the immune system...

    6 Answers · Health · 12/12/2007

  4. A- immunity due to memory cells recognizing the antigen on the pathogen.

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/06/2010

  5. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid). The naturally occuring one is better than the tablets. Take lots of citrous fruits

    11 Answers · Health · 22/02/2007

  6. No, because a virus can t be cured. UTI s are a bacterial infection .

    6 Answers · Pets · 13/11/2008

  7. Airborne is really good for boosting your immunity . It's good stuff. Vitamin C is good. Zinc...

    6 Answers · Health · 08/10/2006

  8. Actual infection produces 'Active immunity ' because it will stimulate antibody production by person's immune system. Passive...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/08/2008

  9. There are an infinite amount of branches of the cold virus. When you get a cold, and it gets better after a little while, you are then actually immune to that particular branch, because your body has conquered it. But then you can easily get...

    4 Answers · Health · 13/11/2011

  10. Non-Speciffic immunity are things that prevent all infection no matter what it might be. This type of immunity includes your...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/06/2011

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