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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. forms pores in fungal membranes that allows ion flux resulting in fungal cell death
  2. 1)decrease bile transport pumps 2)uncouples ox phos + decrease couplex II
  3. bind to d-ala d-ala precursor in bacterial peptidoglycan and prevent cell wall formation (But binds to substrate not enzyme)
  4. inhibits bacterial protein synthesis by bind to the 50s ribosomal subunit translocation
  5. 1)impair influx and increased efflux by active transport protein pump caused by mutation or presence of inducible plasmid mediated resistance factor or increased inducible level of resistance 2)enzymatic inactivation 3)ribosome production due to production of proteins that interfere with tetracycline
  1. a lincosamine MOR
  2. b triazole MOR
  3. c polyenes MOA
  4. d glyclopeptides' MOA
  5. e tetracycline MOR

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. quinupristin MOA
  2. cyclic glycopeptide MOA (dapto)
  3. fluroquinolone MOR
  4. ethambutol MOA
  5. griseofulvin MOA

5 True/False questions

  1. chelates metal ion; inhibit proteasome; inhibit degradation of proteins needed by the fungiclioquinol MOA


  2. 1)intermediate generates superoxide anions 2)decrease synthesis of proteins/DNA/RNA/cell wall synthesisnitrofurantion MOA


  3. inhibits lanosterols 14 alpha demethylase enzyme needed to convert lanosterol to fecosterol in the biosynthesis of ergosterolisoniazid MOA


  4. inhibits cell wall synthesis by blocking phospholipid carrier cycle required to move phosopholipid of the cell membrane to cell componentsmupirocin MOA


  5. mutation in RNA polymeraseansamycin MOR