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Department
Natural Science
Course
NATS 1670
Professor
Motti Anafi
Semester
Fall

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Video One of the most common ways to make a vaccine is to throw it in an unnatural host Live Attenuated Diseases • The Virus in the vaccine must be “alive”: to replicate in the vaccine’s cells o Storage: For example, when it comes to the polio virus, the one we are using right now to eradicate polio vaccine, we are using live attenuated vaccines. o Maternal antibodies: These can be found in the cells of the mother. During the process of child delivery, the antibodies are going to move in the circulation of the baby. There is a bit of a problem here because when you have these antibodies in your body and you try to give your baby a vaccine, the vaccine might not be effective. o Risk for back mutations: In terms of the polio vaccine, there wer
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