immunisation

Immunity vs Immunisation - What's the difference?

immunity | immunisation |


As nouns the difference between immunity and immunisation

is that immunity is (uncountable) the state of being insusceptible to something; notably: while immunisation is (british|immunology).

Wikidiffcom vs Immunisation - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | immunisation |


As a noun immunisation is

(british|immunology).

Vaccination vs Immunisation - What's the difference?

vaccination | immunisation |


As nouns the difference between vaccination and immunisation

is that vaccination is inoculation with a vaccine, in order to protect from a particular disease or strain of disease while immunisation is (british|immunology).

Vacation vs Immunisation - What's the difference?

vacation | immunisation |


As nouns the difference between vacation and immunisation

is that vacation is freedom from some business or activity while immunisation is (british|immunology).

As a verb vacation

is to spend or take a vacation.

Taxonomy vs Immunisation - What's the difference?

taxonomy | immunisation |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and immunisation

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while immunisation is (british|immunology).

Immunisation vs Immunization - What's the difference?

immunisation | immunization | Alternative forms |

Immunisation is an alternative form of immunization.


As nouns the difference between immunisation and immunization

is that immunisation is (british|immunology) while immunization is (us|uncountable) the process by which an individual is exposed to a material that is designed to prime his or her immune system against that material.

Immunisation vs Inoculation - What's the difference?

immunisation | inoculation |

Immunisation is a see also of inoculation.


As nouns the difference between immunisation and inoculation

is that immunisation is (british|immunology) (immunization) while inoculation is (immunology) the introduction of an antigenic substance or vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.