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Immune System!

Quiz yourself on the Immune System-Danielle Maillet

The chemist that learned microorganisms cause disease in humans. Louis Pasteur.
3 major diseases’ that has killed people for centuries. Plague, Small Pox and Influenza.
What is vaccine? A form of an antigen that gives you immunity against a disease.
A disease caused by common soil bacteria. Tetanus.
Who do you get your first antibodies from? Your mother.
What is antigen? Molecules that is foreign to your body.
What is antibody? A protein made in response to a specific antigen.
What to B cells form? Antibodies.
What is the difference between active and passive immunity? Active immunity is when your body makes your own antibodies. Passive immunity is when antibodies has been produced by another animal then are introduced into your body.
First-line defenses work against harmful substances and all types of disease causing organisms. Pathogen.
Created by: daniellemaillet