Immunisations

Pathogens are microbes that cause diseases. Immunisations allow an inactive form of the disease causing pathogen to be introduced into the body, which contain a specific antigen. This causes the immune system, specifically the white blood cells, to produce complementary antibodies, which target and attach to the antigen.

Pathogens are microbes that cause diseases Vaccines allow a dead or altered form of the disease causing pathogen to be introduced into the body, which contain a specific antigen.