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  1. Tanycytes
  2. Huntington's disease
  3. Describe Adverse Effects of Isoniazid (INH)
  4. Sunitinib
  5. Frontal Lobe
  1. a Higher thought process, such as abstract reasoning.
  2. b Common adverse effects of isoniazid are rash and fever.
    Alcohol consumption increases risk for developing hepatotoxicity
    Blood dyscrasias
  3. c bipolar cells that link CSF to neuroendocrine events
  4. d Mainly VEGF-R small molecule inhibitor (also kit and PDGF-R)

    Low specificity (affects many kinases)
  5. e Examples of dominant genetic disorder

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. All solutes and water have to cross the cell membrane of the secretory cells of the choroid plexus to enter the CSF in the ventricles - use co-transporters for Na, K, Cl in the Basolateral membrane and co-transporters for K and Cl in the microvilli of the apical membrane; transport of water is by aquaporins in the choroid plexus - helps form CSF
  2. Penetrates the anterior perforated substance known as the striate
  3. adrenaline; activates a sympathetic nervous system by making the heart beat faster, stopping digestion, enlarging pupils, sending sugar into the bloodstream, preparing a blood clot faster
  4. -65 mV
  5. this is the remnant of the follicle after ovulation; secretes a large amount of progesterone from theca cells and progesterone and E2 from granulosa cells

5 True/False Questions

  1. Corpus Callosumthis is the remnant of the follicle after ovulation; secretes a large amount of progesterone from theca cells and progesterone and E2 from granulosa cells

          

  2. toxicity of carmustine*hepatotoxicity
    *myelosuppression 4-6 weeks
    *impotence, sterility, ovarian suppression, infertility, menopause

          

  3. What are some examples of polygenic traits?Skin color, eye color, human height, foot size

          

  4. Enkephalinan innate brain and spinal cord endorphin that blocks pain signals (opioid)

          

  5. toxicity of doxorubicinreception and perception of VISUAL information

          

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