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5 Matching questions

  1. heterospecific down regulation
  2. antagonists
  3. neurotransmitters
  4. immunocytochemistry
  5. glucocorticoids
  1. a thyroxine decreases thyrotropin-releasing hormone receptors
  2. b steroid that effect carbohydrate metabolism
  3. c inhibit action of hormones, tamoxifen, and E antagonist in breat tissue
  4. d chemical messengers produced by nerve cells, which are released from the pre-synaptic membrane, diffuse across a synaptic cleft, and bind to receptors of the postsynaptic membrane of a nerve or muscle cell
  5. e antibody-based procedure for visualizing location of substance, antibody to substance of interest conjugated to a fluorescent dye or enzyme

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. basic dye, interacts with acidic cellular components
  2. painful menstrual crams, excess PGF2 alpha synthesis, treat with PG synthesis inhibitors
  3. came up with the idea that humans illness could be caused by an imbalance of the 4 humors
  4. long term developmental effects
  5. bind guanine nucleotides, guanosine diphosphate (GDP), guanosine triphosphate (GTP), heterotrimers, alpha subunit type determines whether stimulator or inhibitory effects

5 True/False questions

  1. glucagonintrauterin devises increase PGF2 alpha

          

  2. prostaglandinsaffect smooth muscle activity, increased PGF2alpha: contractions, increased PGE2: relaxation

          

  3. COX2 inhibitorsrun though

          

  4. equilibrium between bounded hormones, free hormones and plasma proteinstime required for half of molecules to be inactivated or cleared from circulation (t1/2)

          

  5. COX3increased PGF2 alpha, associated with onset, PG inhibitors help prevent premature labor, increased PGF2 alpha decreased bleeding from umbilical cord