Immunity- Immune System and Immunization

Immunity- Immune System and Immunization

The Immunity Phenomenon Mechanism of Immunity As much as immunity curtails to the 430 B.C, significantly improved immunity phenomenal were made in the 18th century starting with Edward Jenner in 1798 after he noticed that milkmaids that had contracted the mild-disease of cowpox, were immune to smallpox (a fatally deadly disease). He practically inoculated cowpox … Read more

Active and Passive Immunity- Definition, Types, Differences

Active and Passive Immunity- Definition, Types, Differences

Immunity Definition Immunity can be defined as the ability of a multicellular organism’s body to protect themselves from foreign agents and infectious agents, by being able to destroy them to prevent further body infections. Immunity to infectious microorganisms can be achieved by active or passive immunization. In each case, immunity can be acquired either by … Read more