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Genetic Immunity

Summary Information: Genetic Immunity

Genetic Immunity: Genetic immunity is one source of immunity, the ability of the body to be protected from or fight off infectious disease. Genetic immunity is immunity that is inherited through a person's DNA. It does not involve antibodies. For example, humans have a genetic immunity to some viruses and bacteria animals are susceptible to.

Closely Related Organs: Genetic Immunity

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