Vaccines train the immune system to defend itself against unknown external aggression.
The principle consists of injecting a harmless fragment of the infectious element (an antigen) into the patient's body to trigger the immune reaction.
The lymphocytes will then play a major role by producing antibodies and specific killer cells.
They will also keep in mind the properties of the aggressor in order to give a rapid immune response in the event of a second infection,
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