Gustav JV Nossal, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
Published online: September 2005
Vaccination is the generic term for immunization procedures. Immunization is a procedure whereby living or nonliving materials
are introduced into the body in order to stimulate the defence system, namely the lymphoid tissues, with a view to rendering
a person or animal immune to a disease.
Keywords: immunization; nucleic acid; vaccines; adjuvant; side effects; antigen
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