differentiate between vaccines and antibiotics
Asked by laxmanpatil45904 | 16th Oct, 2021, 07:11: PM
Antibiotics are used to treat an already established infection when millions of pathogens are already in the body.
But vaccines are used as prevention. The antibodies they create can act at the very beginning of an infection when pathogen numbers are low.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 18th Oct, 2021, 11:53: AM
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