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Flashcards in Immune Memory & Vaccination Deck (10):
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Over time what happens to serum antibodies?

they decline

2

- Broad antigen response
- Multiple activation steps
- Die after several days
- no somatic hypermutation

Primary Effector Cells

3

Specific
Easily activated
Clonal expansion
long-term immunity

Memory Cells

4

In secondary immune response what are activated?

Memory B cells
Inhibits Naive B Cells

5

What cell improves w. repeated exposure?

Memory B cells

6

Vaccines are...

awesome and have a rapid effect

7

There are 7 types of vaccines... what are they

Attenuated
Inactivated
Subunit
Conjugateg
Toxoid
DNA
Recombinant

8

Cowpox vaccine was the...

First attenuated live virus vaccine

9

Define Adjuvant

a compound that incites an adaptive immune response
(makes response stronger)

10

What are some diseases that vaccines don't work against?

Malaria
Tuberculosis
HIB/AIDS
Measles
Hep C