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Department
Natural Science
Course
NATS 1670
Professor
Motti Anafi
Semester
Fall

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Vaccination and other Immunization Prevention and Therapy of Infections • Most of the damage to cells during infections occurs very early, often before the clinical symptoms of disease appear. o This makes drugs treatment of infection irrelevant in many cases. (Drug treatments against viral disease are not really working, they are pretty much irrelevant) o Prevention of infection is better.  And cheaper Vaccines Vaccines are used for preventions. What is a Vaccine?  Vaccines are harmless agents, perceives as enemies  Trigger active immunity, stimulating the body to defend itself o Provide protective immunity against a potential pathogen Active Immunization Milestones in Immunization  2000BC o Sniffing of smallpox Crust in China  Variolation: inoculation with the wild type smallpox. The difference between variolation and vaccination is that vaccination is an agent; variolation is a virus that causes the disease.  1500AD o Turks started to use variolation  1720s o England introduce variolation  1796 o Edward Jenner discovers a safe smallpox vaccine. This vaccine has been used for over 200 years. When we were able to eradicate small pox from the world, we were able to use the same thing. This disease killed 300 million people every 100 hundred years. This was a huge success in terms of stopping this disease. 1885 Rabies vaccine Louis Pasteur o In 1885 Louis Pasteur developed the first attenuated vaccine – against rabies virus o Attenuation was achieved by creating a virus strain that were less virulent for humans. Modern Era of the Vaccine o 1920s- Diphtheria and Tetanus: secretes some toxins from its cells, this
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