3 Written questions
2 Multiple choice questions
- Inhibit - CNS (40%). Opens Cl- channels.
Deficiency = Huntington's loss of fine motor control. Convulsions and Seizures.
Treatment = GABA mimetic, benzodiespiene, phenytoin,
- Excite - Muscle contraction, memory formation and learning. In basal ganglia of midbrain.
Deficiency = Myastehnia gravis and Alzehmeirs.
Treament = anticholinesterase to prevent break down.
2 True/False questions
Glutamine → Inhibit - Spine, brain stem, retina. Cl- channels open. Deficiency = tetanus bacterial prevents release and get muscle innervation and epileptiform fits.
Treatment: Benzodiazpene, antitoxin
Peptides (Endorphins, Encaphalin) → Inhibit - pleasure, reward, movement in nuclei of midbrain. Deficiency = Parkinsons, Excess = Schizoprenia.