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Artificial Active Immunity

Summary Information: Artificial Active Immunity

Artificial Active Immunity: Artificial active immunity is one type of acquired immunity. Artificial active immunity is provided by the production of antibodies and memory cells within the body against a certain disease after an injection of a vaccine for that disease, such as measles.

Closely Related Organs: Artificial Active Immunity

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