The field of medical genetics and immunology known as "immunogenetics" or "immungenetics" studies how the immune system and genetics are related. A biological substance used in the injection enhances resistance to a certain pathogen. It has every unique agent that behaves like a disease approaching the microbe and activates the body's defense mechanism to recognize outside experts. A vaccine is a substance that has been extracted from life organisms that are either dead or inactive. Type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune illnesses are complicated genetic features brought on by immune system abnormalities. Finding the genes responsible for immunological deficiencies may help researchers find new target genes for treatment strategies. Alternately, genetic variants can also aid in defining the immunological process that results in disease.

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