Meaning and Definition of Immunization

Immunization is the action and effect to immunize. This verb, meanwhile, is to make immune (to ensure that someone or something else is attacked by diseases or flagella). The person that receives an immunization, therefore, is exempt from problems, disorders, diseases, etc.

Examples: "Before you go on holiday, you must do three vaccines that will give you immunization against yellow fever," "Immunization is achieved through the provision of antibodies acting on the body," "With this anti- virus, your computer will take advantage of immunization before the great Trojan ".

It is important to emphasize that immunity can be natural or artificial. The concept of artificial immunization generally refers to the artificial process that provides immunity to a disease.

Passive immunization is obtained from the antibodies generated in the body of another person, and which are then transmitted in some way. This is the case of babies who acquire antibodies transferred from the mother through the placenta.

Active immunization, in turn, involves the application of vaccines that promote an immune response of the organism to certain pathogens. The purpose is to allow the development of an immune memory to form protective antibodies against the antigen in question.

The concept of immunization can be also be found in the field of information regarding the tools to protect a computer (PC) of the virus and other threats. A computer immune defenses against specific attacks, although these defenses must be periodically updated as threats mutate and are updated as well.
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