Gary Lum <glum at ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
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>Joan Marie Shields wrote:
>>> People can only develop antibodies to organisms that they have been
>> exposed to - via vaccination or to exposure. I can't give you a food-
>> borne pathogen example but I can give you two others: polio outbreaks
>> in the US and the diptheria outbreak in the former Soviet Union in
>>Human Rotavirus is a reasonable example where mucous membrane antibodies
I'm not an expert but aren't antibodies only produced if a bug goes
Can we develop resistance to bugs that dodn't actually get in the
bloodstream (under normal circumstances) like S.Typhimurium or other
In ways other than keeping a healthy populus commensal flora to antagonize
the pathogens, that is.