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5 Matching questions

  1. Chloramphenicol
  2. Lifecycle of chylomicron
  3. Isoniazide and rifampin
  4. E coli virulence
  5. K1 capsule
  1. a meningitis
  2. b Treats TB
  3. c LPS
    Pili
    K antigen (capsule)- meningitis
  4. d Chylomicron particle shrinks:
    Chylomicron is synthesised by intestinal epithelial cells and are scaffolded on apoB-4 and are first drained into lymphatic tissue where they enter the thoracic duct, dump into blood and enter the bloodtsream where they are delivered to the capillary bed surrounding adipose tissue. Lipoprotein lipase breaks down the triglyceride being carried by the chylomicrons into glycerol and fatty acids. The glycerol is sent to the liver, while the fatty acids go to the adipose tissue.
    -The lipoprotein lipase is found on the capillary beds (endothelial tissue) around the adipose cells
  5. e Treats: Serious infections (especially typhoid fever) but attacks a wide spectrum of bacteria and bacterial meningitis
    MOA: a bacteriostatic drug that stops bacterial growth by inhibiting protein synthesis at 50S; interferes w substrate binding
    MOResistance: Plasmid-mediated acetyltransferases that inactivate the drug
    Tox: Gray baby syndrome, aplastic anemia/bone marrow suppression, GI irritation, pancytopenia

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Pox, Herpes, Adeno, Papilloma, Polyoma, Parvo (ssDNA), Hepatitis B
  2. 1. tetrad of cough
    2. coryza (nasal discharge, eye redness)
    3. Koplik spots
    4. conjunctivitis
    -Precede skin rash
  3. (A-B toxin) in ETEC
    stimulates guanylate cyclase (increased cGMP)--> diarrhea
  4. IVDU
    Large vegetations
  5. Capsule in K1 antigen

5 True/False questions

  1. HACEK-ve blood cultures

          

  2. RhizopusAffinity for ketones and high blood glucose because of its enzyme, ketone reductase; These fungi proliferate in blood vessel walls, causing necrosis of the downstream tissue.
    -Broad nonseptate hyphae with right angle branching

          

  3. Distal Tubular acidosisProsthetic valves

          

  4. Staph aureusEnveloped dsDNA

          

  5. S saprophyticusTreats: Serious infections (especially typhoid fever) but attacks a wide spectrum of bacteria and bacterial meningitis
    MOA: a bacteriostatic drug that stops bacterial growth by inhibiting protein synthesis at 50S; interferes w substrate binding
    MOResistance: Plasmid-mediated acetyltransferases that inactivate the drug
    Tox: Gray baby syndrome, aplastic anemia/bone marrow suppression, GI irritation, pancytopenia

          

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