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5 Matching questions

  1. Activin
  2. What are 3 different types of mutations?
  3. What frequently results when the medial thalamus fuses with its contralateral counterpart?
  4. What are some drug interactions that can occur with Zidovudine (ACT)
  5. Topoisomerase inhibitors
  1. a Germ-cell mutations, somatic mutations, and lethal mutations
  2. b The massa intermedia (aka interthalamic adhesions)
  3. c stimulates FSH secretion to stimulate growth of young recreuited follicles; promotes E2 production and LH receptor expression via FSH; blocked by inhibin B
  4. d Topotecan
    Etoposide
    *CLASS 2 -- S/G2 phase
  5. e Depress bone marrow function
    Lactic acidoses with other antiretroviral agents
    caution use with St. John's wort

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. this surge in FSH occurs right before ovulation
  2. neurotransmitters released by presynaptic cell (from active zones where exocytosis occurs) to bind to receptors on post synaptic cell membrane.
  3. propagated response with a threshold, evoked by depolarization ONLY, always overshoots 0mV, mediated by voltage gated channels, amplitude is independent of size of depolarization (all-or-none), no summation, amplitude is constant during propagation over long distances.
  4. Produced by the thyroid gland and decreases the blood calcium levels by stimulating calcium deposit in the bones (__________ keeps the bone in). The antagonist of the parathyroid hormone.
  5. Most common form of hypothyroidism
    Leads to:
    -impairment of growth
    -mental retardation (in children)
    -weight gain
    -fatigue
    -cold intolerance

5 True/False questions

  1. True or False: Mutations that result from the substitution of one nitrogen-containing base for another are called deletions.Enters pathogens and binds to DNA, RNA, and intracellular proteins. Cell death is likely the result of an absence of DNA repair and abnormalities in RNA synthesis.

          

  2. What are X and Y chromosomes called?Sex chromosomes

          

  3. Explain the CSF composition of a patient with bacterial meningitisGentamicin inhibits bacterial protein synthesis by binding to the 30S ribosomal subunit. It is bacteriocidal in that it causes premature termination of the growing polypeptide chain.

          

  4. Leakage of BBBHIV can pass through using gp120 protein and CCR5 chemoreceptor (HIV dementia), can be caused by metals Pb2+ or Mn2+

          

  5. What does the labryinthine artery supply?Roughly 2/3 of the anterior spinal cord

          

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