Vaccinations- AQA GCSE Biology unit 1

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When being vaccinated what is the difference between an inactive, active and passive form of the pathogen?
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Inactive - a dead form of the pathogen is injected

Active - a weakened form of the pathogen/part of the pathogen is injected

Passive - injected with somebody else's antibodies (gives immediate protection but do not last long). Also babies have passive resistance to some diseases due to antibodies being transferred from mother via breastmilk


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thank you
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