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Acquired immunity

Descriptions of Acquired immunity

Acquired immunity : Immunity obtained during life through such things as vaccination, development of antibodies in response to an infectious disease or from the mother through the placenta or colostrums.

Summary Information: Acquired immunity

Acquired immunity: Acquired immunity is one source of immunity, the ability of the body to be protected from or fight off infectious disease. Acquired immunity is immunity that a person develops or obtains from another source other than his or her own DNA. There are two types of acquired immunity: passive immunity and active immunity.

Closely Related Organs: Acquired immunity

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Sub Parts: Acquired immunity

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