5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are 3 different types of mutations?
- What frequently results when the medial thalamus fuses with its contralateral counterpart?
- What are some drug interactions that can occur with Zidovudine (ACT)
- Topoisomerase inhibitors
- a Germ-cell mutations, somatic mutations, and lethal mutations
- b The massa intermedia (aka interthalamic adhesions)
- c stimulates FSH secretion to stimulate growth of young recreuited follicles; promotes E2 production and LH receptor expression via FSH; blocked by inhibin B
- d Topotecan
*CLASS 2 -- S/G2 phase
- e Depress bone marrow function
Lactic acidoses with other antiretroviral agents
caution use with St. John's wort
5 Multiple choice questions
- this surge in FSH occurs right before ovulation
- neurotransmitters released by presynaptic cell (from active zones where exocytosis occurs) to bind to receptors on post synaptic cell membrane.
- 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.
- 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.
- Most common form of hypothyroidism
-impairment of growth
-mental retardation (in children)
5 True/False questions
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.
What are X and Y chromosomes called? → Sex chromosomes
Explain the CSF composition of a patient with bacterial meningitis → Gentamicin 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.
Leakage of BBB → HIV can pass through using gp120 protein and CCR5 chemoreceptor (HIV dementia), can be caused by metals Pb2+ or Mn2+
What does the labryinthine artery supply? → Roughly 2/3 of the anterior spinal cord