Why are vaccines used to kill bacteria?
Vaccines are used to make your body produce antibodies and T-cells against viruses or bacteria! The Measles and Flu vaccines are viral. The Whooping Cough (Pertussis) and Tuberculosis vaccines are bacterial.
I'm not an expert, but from what I can gather, vaccinations are used for both virus' and pathogenic bacteria (harmful bacteria). Vaccines contain a section/segment of the virus or bacteria (for example a flagella) to infect the body. The body then produces memory cells so that the body has an immunity against the virus or bacteria (note that this immunity may not last a lifetime).
Salman Khaliq Bajwa from PAF-KIET email@example.com The difference between antibodies and vaccines are; 1. Antibodies are micro organisms in our body for our defense. Vaccines are diluted living or dead antigens. 2. Antibodies are natural. Vaccines are artificial, 3. Antibodies kill the bacteria, viruses and toxic substances in our body. Vaccines does not kill but it actually activates the antibodies in our body.
Cleaning products kill bacteria by suffocating the bacteria. Also, cleaning products aren' the only thing you can use to kill bacteria. You can use honey, because when the bacteria tries to come in, it keeps it out. You can ue vinegar because the vim in it, is used to kill bacteria. Ethyl alchol can kill it.