5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Progesterone (P4)
- ALKYLATING AGENTS
1) Where do they usually hit?
2) what's a bifunctional agent? What's a monofunctional?
- Ibritumab & Tositumab
"Burritumab & Toastumab"
1) Why are these nicknames appropriate?
- Thyroid Stimulating Hormone
- a this hormone is negligible during the follicular phase but then shoots up during the luteal phase because it is created by the corpus luteum
- b 1) They usually hit N7 of guanine; other sites are alkylated too; nitrosoureas prefer O6 on guanine.
2) A bifunctional is one that causes crosslinking; a monofunctional one is mutagenic/carcinogenic.
- c causes thyroid gland cells to secrete T3 and T4; stimulates thyroid growth
- d plays a critical role in preventing abnormal consciousness transitions, particularly into REM sleep; may stimulate hunger
- e 1) Just like the foods, these antibodies are HOT. They carry radioactive compounds, which cook the cancers.
5 Multiple choice questions
- In the absence of male hormones, these develop into the vagina, uterus and Fallopian tubes
- metencephalon (cerebellopontine angle)
- Metencephalon (pons)
- myelencephalon (postolivary sulcus)
- depolarizing effects of cation flux through open nAChRs spreads in both direction from the end plate with decrement (length constant)
5 True/False questions
What is trisomy? → Crisis Alert!!!
Hypermetabolism and increased sympathetic signaling.
essentially all the symptoms of hyperthyroidism at once
treatment with antithyroid drugs and symptomatic use of beta-blockers. These go against the sympathetic signaling
What does the basilary artery split into at the level of the midbrain? → The posterior cerebral arteries
cystic fibrosis, albinism → example of recessive genetic disorder
Where does the opthalamic artery branch? → The limbic system
Leptin → a protein secreted by fat cells, when abundant causes the brain to increase metabolism and decreases hunger.