(1 pt) antigen
no it is not
An example of active immunity is the oral polio vaccine because it's a live attenuated vaccine. It means that, weakened polio virus will be given to you so that your body can form antibodies from it and can fight the virus. If your body itself made the antibody from an antigen, it's an example of an active immunity.
Tetanus shots protect against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis.
Vaccines provides active immunity to certain diseases.
The Passive and Active Immunity's, why? Because they are immunity's that your body produces in response to a specific pathogen that has infected or is infecting your body.
because it is.
medicine containing dead or weakened pathogens
ADAPTIVE immunity. Your body sees the pathogen, so it can be ready if it ever encounters it again.