The multivalent bacterial vaccines have a dual effect on the immune system..
On the one hand they produce a non-specific stimulating effect on various functions of the innate immunity system, enhancing the function of the cells involved in the first line of defense of the body against infections.
The presence in these cells of receptors for various bacterial components with cell activating capacity is the adaptive result of higher organisms to develop fast identification systems against the most frequent pathogens. On the other hand, vaccines have an induction effect on the adaptive immunity of the body against the antigens they contain. Both effects increase the defense capacity of vaccinated patients and improve their resistance to infections derived from the vaccine components as well as from a range of other bacteria not included in the vaccine.
Inmunotek produces bacterial vaccines under medical prescription. It manages controlled strains for manufacturing multivalent vaccines and prepares auto-vaccines on the basis of biological samples taken from the patient..