Vaccines are microbial preparations of killed or modified microorganisms which can stimulate an immune response in the body in order to prevent future infection with similar microorganisms.
Microbial preparations of killed or modified microorganisms that can stimulate an immune response in the body to prevent future infection with similar microorganisms. These preparations are usually delivered by injection. See the entire definition of Vaccines
A preparation that contains an antigen consisting of whole disease-causing organisms (killed or weakened), or parts of such organisms, and is used to provide immunity against the disease that the organisms cause. Vaccine preparations can be natural, synthetic or derived by recombinant DNA technology.
Products prepared for the purpose of giving active immunity. Vaccines may be made from viruses, bacteria, or protozoa, either living or killed, or from toxins.
A vaccine which protects against diseases caused by bacteria.
Suspensions of attenuated microorganisms, antigenic proteins, synthetic molecules administered to prevent or treat infectious or other diseases
substances containing disabled antigens of a particular disease, usually administered via injection. Vaccines stimulate the body to produce antibodies to provide immunity against that disease. Humans as organisms