How does an infection by microorganism produce immunity against it?
Asked by nishchaynehagoyal | 17th Jun, 2019, 12:42: PM
When microorganisms enter our body due to some kind of infection, our body immediately starts producing antibodies to prevent the infection from spreading. Thus, in this way microorganisms produce immunity against the infection.
Answered by Ramandeep | 17th Jun, 2019, 05:56: PM
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