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Endocrine Pharmacology: Drugs influencing glucose metabolism
What are the major hormones of pancrea…
Insulin
Glucagon
Insulin-mechanism of action
-Insulin and glucagon. ... -These hormones regulate glucose, fre…
-Produced by pancreatic B-cells. ... -Released in response to hi…
-Produced by pancreatic a-cells.... -Released in response to low…
-Glucose remains within a narrow physiologic range in the fas…
What are the major hormones of pancrea…
-Insulin and glucagon. ... -These hormones regulate glucose, fre…
Insulin
-Produced by pancreatic B-cells. ... -Released in response to hi…
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Pharmacology final - glucose metabolism
Which cells produce insulin
Which cells produce glucagon?
In general, what is the treatment for…
In general, what is the treatment for…
B cells of endocrine pancreas
A cells of endocrine pancreas
injectable insulin
diet and/ or oral hypoclycemic agents
Which cells produce insulin
B cells of endocrine pancreas
Which cells produce glucagon?
A cells of endocrine pancreas
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Glucose Metabolism Drugs
Dextrose
Corn Syrup
Glucagon
Prednisone... Prednisolone
Tx: emergency hypoglycaemia ... 50% solution... 1:4 IV... 5% solution…
Tx: at home emergency hypoglycaemia
Tx: 1mg for dogs w/ insulin induced hypoglycaemia ... Hepatic gl…
Tx: Hypoglycemia due to insulin-secreting neoplasia... Increase…
Dextrose
Tx: emergency hypoglycaemia ... 50% solution... 1:4 IV... 5% solution…
Corn Syrup
Tx: at home emergency hypoglycaemia
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Glucose and Cholesterol Metabolic Drugs
diabetes mellitus
hyperlipidemia
pancreas
insulin
umbrella term for metabolic diseases characterized by high bl…
...
islets of langerhans has: alpha cells for glucagon production…
synthesized as proinsulin. generally negatively charged. rele…
diabetes mellitus
umbrella term for metabolic diseases characterized by high bl…
hyperlipidemia
...
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Glucose Metabolism (Glycolysis) (2)
What is the order of Glucose Oxidation…
What is Glycolysis?
What is the formula for Glycolysis?
What is the end product of Glycolysis?
1) Glucose Metabolism... Aerobic Cellular Respiration... 2) Pyru…
The metabolic pathway that converts glucose into pyruvate
C6H12O6 → 2(C3H4O3)
2 Pyuvates (C3H6O3)
What is the order of Glucose Oxidation…
1) Glucose Metabolism... Aerobic Cellular Respiration... 2) Pyru…
What is Glycolysis?
The metabolic pathway that converts glucose into pyruvate
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Pharmacology Exam #4: Glucose Drugs
hormones that control glucose:
Insulin and glucagon are made by what…
Glucagon is made in the ______________…
Insulin is made in the _______________…
insulin... glucagon
endocrine part--the Islets of Langerhans
alpha cells... increases blood glucose levels when they fall be…
beta... decreases blood glucose levels
hormones that control glucose:
insulin... glucagon
Insulin and glucagon are made by what…
endocrine part--the Islets of Langerhans
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Glucose metabolism -- 1/2
Diabetes mellitus Type 1
Diabetes mellitus Type 2
Symptoms
What are micro and macrovascular compl…
Insulin deficient due to autoimmune destruction of β cells (a…
Insulin resistant due to abnormal receptors/post-receptor res…
Tiredness, weight loss despite ↑appetite, polyuria, polydipsi…
Hyperglycaemia causing glucotoxicity and endothelial dysfunci…
Diabetes mellitus Type 1
Insulin deficient due to autoimmune destruction of β cells (a…
Diabetes mellitus Type 2
Insulin resistant due to abnormal receptors/post-receptor res…
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Glucose metabolism #2
glycolysis vs. gluconeogenesis
hypoxia
brain + glucose
fed state
in glycolysis, glucose phosphorylated into Glu6P via hexo/glu…
low O2 in tissues. occurs in high altitude or decreased cardi…
brain primarily uses glucose bcuz glu is the only fuel molecu…
abundant glucose, trapped in cells -> inc. rates of glycogen…
glycolysis vs. gluconeogenesis
in glycolysis, glucose phosphorylated into Glu6P via hexo/glu…
hypoxia
low O2 in tissues. occurs in high altitude or decreased cardi…
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exam 2 glucose metabolism
catabolism
anabolism
is glycolysis anabolic or catabolic
is the kreb cycle anabolic or catabolic
reactions that release energy through the breakdown of large…
energy utilizing reactions that result in the synthesis of la…
catabolic
both
catabolism
reactions that release energy through the breakdown of large…
anabolism
energy utilizing reactions that result in the synthesis of la…
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Pharmacology- test 2- Glucose
Release of insulin:... cephalic and non-c…
Hypoglycemia: acute problems ... Hypergly…
Diabetes Mellitus... -long vs short term
diabetes insipidus vs mellitus
Cephalic: response to smelling, seeing food, reflex from CNS…
Hypo: fatigue, diaphoresis, anxiety, palpitations and tahcyca…
short:... hyperglycemia, osmotic diuresis, ketoacidosis ... Long:…
mellitus- sweet urine, lack of control of plasma glucose conc…
Release of insulin:... cephalic and non-c…
Cephalic: response to smelling, seeing food, reflex from CNS…
Hypoglycemia: acute problems ... Hypergly…
Hypo: fatigue, diaphoresis, anxiety, palpitations and tahcyca…
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Pharmacology 2 (T2): Drug metabolism (6)
drugs, steroid hormones, carbs, fats,…
bile salts
mineral and vitamins
blood, bacteria
5 things the liver metabolizes
what does the liver produce
What does the liver store?
Liver filters ___ and removes the _____
drugs, steroid hormones, carbs, fats,…
5 things the liver metabolizes
bile salts
what does the liver produce
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Phys2- Metabolism/ Glucose+Insulin
Anabolism
Compartmentation
3 types of nutrients
3 functions of nutrients
Biomolecules that provide energy and used in large-molecule s…
Cellular, tissue, and organ
1. Carbs (glucose)... 2. Proteins (amino acids)... 3. Lipids (lipop…
1. Catabolized for energy... 2. Act as substrates for new molecu…
Anabolism
Biomolecules that provide energy and used in large-molecule s…
Compartmentation
Cellular, tissue, and organ
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Pharmacology - Drug Metabolism
Phase I reactions
Phase II reactions
CYP isozymes
Enzyme induction
- Reactions that convert the parent drug to a more polar (wat…
- Reactions that increase water solubility by conjugation of…
- Cytochrome P450 enzyme species (eg, CYP2D and CYP3A4) that…
Stimulation of drug-metabolizing capacity; usually manifested…
Phase I reactions
- Reactions that convert the parent drug to a more polar (wat…
Phase II reactions
- Reactions that increase water solubility by conjugation of…
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Pharm 4 - Drugs Influencing Glucose Metabolism
Alpha Cell
Beta Cell
Delta cell
Explain insulins short half life but l…
Glucagon
Insulin
Somatostatin
When you eat a meal, there is a severe increase in insulin! b…
Alpha Cell
Glucagon
Beta Cell
Insulin
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Biochemistry 2: Overview of Glucose Metabolism
Some carbohydrate functions
Four classifications of carbohydrates
Examples of monosaccharides
Examples of disaccharides
energy source... stroage form of energy ... spare use of other mole…
monosaccharides... disaccharides... oligosaccharides (3-12 units)…
ribose... fructose... galactose... glucose
lactose... sucrose... maltose
Some carbohydrate functions
energy source... stroage form of energy ... spare use of other mole…
Four classifications of carbohydrates
monosaccharides... disaccharides... oligosaccharides (3-12 units)…
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Pharmacology Drug Metabolism
isoniazid
drugs must be (hydrophilic or lipophil…
first pass effect (biotransformation)
prodrug
acetylated... treats TB
hydrophilic
drugs absorbed through the gut reach liver via hepatic portal…
drug that requires unmasking to become active
isoniazid
acetylated... treats TB
drugs must be (hydrophilic or lipophil…
hydrophilic
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Pharmacology drugs: Metabolism/elimination
Succinylcholine
Cisatricurium
Atracurium
Pancuronium
Hydrolysis by plasma cholinesterase
Hoffmann elimination in the bloodstream -> laudanosine & inac…
Hoffmann elimination and non-specific esterase hydrolysis met…
Metabolism: Hepatic (10-20%) Elimination: primarily renal (85…
Succinylcholine
Hydrolysis by plasma cholinesterase
Cisatricurium
Hoffmann elimination in the bloodstream -> laudanosine & inac…
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Glucose Metabolism: 314 exam 2
What are the pathways that a glucose m…
How many hexokinases are there?
What are the distinct characteristics…
Which glycolytic step produces NADH? W…
Glycolysis... Glycogenisis... PPP
4
Located in the liver and the pancreas... Plays an important role…
Step 6: (2) glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate -> 1,3-bisphophoglycer…
What are the pathways that a glucose m…
Glycolysis... Glycogenisis... PPP
How many hexokinases are there?
4
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2/1 metabolism of glucose in the liver
How is glucose taken into the liver?
Why do we find GLUT 2 transporters in…
What is the result of glycolysis?
How many ATP is fomred by glycolysis?
It is taken in by GLUT 2 transporters and immidiately phospho…
They are bidirectional, this allows the liver to take in gluc…
Formation of two molecules of pyruvate
38 aerobically and 2 anaerobically
How is glucose taken into the liver?
It is taken in by GLUT 2 transporters and immidiately phospho…
Why do we find GLUT 2 transporters in…
They are bidirectional, this allows the liver to take in gluc…
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Pharmacology - Biotransformation (Drug Metabolism)
Drug metabolism
Results of biotransformation
Aspirin
Chloral hydrate
The chemical alteration of the drug molecule by the cells of…
Change in the physiochemical properties of the drug.... (Metabol…
EXAMPLES OF BIOTRANSFORMATION... Active drug (____) to active me…
EXAMPLE OF BIOTRANSFORMATION... Inactive drug (_____) to active…
Drug metabolism
The chemical alteration of the drug molecule by the cells of…
Results of biotransformation
Change in the physiochemical properties of the drug.... (Metabol…
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Pharmacology 6: Drug Metabolism
Examples of active metabolites:... Imipra…
Examples of active metabolites:... Diazep…
Examples of active metabolites:... Acyclo…
Importance of liver in drug metabolism
desipramine (active)
nordiazepam (active)... prolonged sedation thanks to metabolite
acyclovir triphosphate (active)
...
Examples of active metabolites:... Imipra…
desipramine (active)
Examples of active metabolites:... Diazep…
nordiazepam (active)... prolonged sedation thanks to metabolite
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Pharmacology: Drug Metabolism
Drug metabolism
Non-responders
Average patients
Over responders
chemical transformation of Zenobiotics.
people at the low end of the drug activity bell curve.
people in the middle of the drug activity bell curve.
people at the high end of the drug activity bell curve.
Drug metabolism
chemical transformation of Zenobiotics.
Non-responders
people at the low end of the drug activity bell curve.
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Pharmacology: Drug Metabolism
Phase I Reactions
Xenobiotic
Phase II Metabolism
Phase III Metabolism
Not necessarily active to inactive, Oxidation (hydroxyl add'n…
Any medication that can be incorporated into the body and som…
Conjugation Goals: Enhance Solubility, Detoxification
Elimination
Phase I Reactions
Not necessarily active to inactive, Oxidation (hydroxyl add'n…
Xenobiotic
Any medication that can be incorporated into the body and som…
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Drug metabolism: pharmacology
phase 1 reaction
phase 2 reaction
CYP isoenzymes
enzyme induction
reactions that convert a parent rug to a more active metaboli…
reactions that increase water solubility by conjugation of th…
cytochrome p450 enzymes that are responsible witha polar moie…
stimulation of drug metabolizing capacity; usually manifested…
phase 1 reaction
reactions that convert a parent rug to a more active metaboli…
phase 2 reaction
reactions that increase water solubility by conjugation of th…
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Pharmacology: Drug Metabolism
Primary purpose of biotransformation
First-Pass Biotransformation (First Ef…
Phase 1 Biotransformation
What is required by Phase 1 Biotransfo…
to inactivate & detoxify drugs and other foreign compounds th…
drugs that are absorbed in the gut will travel to the liver v…
set of reactions that create or unmask a certain chemical gro…
1. CD450... 2. NADPH-cytochrome P450 reductase... 3. membrane lipid…
Primary purpose of biotransformation
to inactivate & detoxify drugs and other foreign compounds th…
First-Pass Biotransformation (First Ef…
drugs that are absorbed in the gut will travel to the liver v…
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Pharmacology: Drug Metabolism and Elimination
Elimination involves _________________…
Drugs that are lipid soluble tend to r…
The ________________ plays an importan…
chemical alteration of drugs by the body
hepatic and renal
modification to a water soluble form
liver
metabolism (usually accomplished by the liver)
Elimination involves _________________…
hepatic and renal
Drugs that are lipid soluble tend to r…
modification to a water soluble form
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Pharmacology Regulation of drug metabolism
What are some general effects due to v…
Describe the scope of variability in C…
Describe some CYP3A substrates, inhibi…
How do cimetidine and carbamazepine fo…
Changes in drug level... Toxicity... Preferential metabolism... Impor…
reduced activity by inhibition... increased activity by inductio…
Substrates: Felodipine, cyclosporine, erythromyocin... Inhibito…
Cimetedine inhibits CYP3A4... Carbamazepine induces CYP3A4.... -> i…
What are some general effects due to v…
Changes in drug level... Toxicity... Preferential metabolism... Impor…
Describe the scope of variability in C…
reduced activity by inhibition... increased activity by inductio…
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Pharmacology Test2 : Glucose Regulation
What type of insulin is short acting
what type of insulin is intermediate a…
what type of insulin is long lasting
what type of insulin is analog
regular
NPH
extended insulin, zinc(Ultralente)
insulin aspart(NovoLog)
What type of insulin is short acting
regular
what type of insulin is intermediate a…
NPH
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Pharmacology- Drug Metabolism
What is the main organ of drug metabol…
What happens in Phase 1 of metabolism?
What happens in Phase 2 of metabolism?
What do cytochrome P450 proteins media…
The Liver
The catabolic phase, drugs are made more polar by the additio…
The anabolic phase, conjugation occurs, the addition of an en…
Phase one reactions
What is the main organ of drug metabol…
The Liver
What happens in Phase 1 of metabolism?
The catabolic phase, drugs are made more polar by the additio…
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Pharmacology (Drug Metabolism)
Where are most of the enzymes for meta…
Other than the Smooth ER, where else i…
What are the 2 most common groups of m…
What enzyme is crucial in phase I?
Smooth ER
Cytosol, Mitochondria, and lysozymes
1. Cytochrome P450... 2. UDP Glucuronosyltransferases
Cytochrome P450
Where are most of the enzymes for meta…
Smooth ER
Other than the Smooth ER, where else i…
Cytosol, Mitochondria, and lysozymes
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Pharmacology- Cardiovascular & Metabolic Drugs
What the body does to the drug is call…
What the drug does to the body is call…
What is the time for 1/2 of the drug c…
What is 5 doses of a drug based on a h…
pharmacokinetics
pharmacodynamics
half-life
steady state concentration
What the body does to the drug is call…
pharmacokinetics
What the drug does to the body is call…
pharmacodynamics
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SFOM 7.2 Glucose Metabolism I
*Objective 1.
Various Glucose-utilizing Metabolic Pa…
1) Energy Utilization
2) Reducing Power
Understand the general purpose of the pathway and importance…
1) Energy Utilization... 2) Reducing Power
- Glycolysis is the route for glucose entry into catabolic me…
- Hexose Monophosphate Pathway (Pentose Shunt) is responsible…
*Objective 1.
Understand the general purpose of the pathway and importance…
Various Glucose-utilizing Metabolic Pa…
1) Energy Utilization... 2) Reducing Power
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Glucose, Galactose, and Fructose Metabolism - Lecture #2
Convert large polymers of sugars to pr…
Secondary active transport moves gluco…
What uses the energy of the Na+ gradie…
Fructose enters the intestinal epithel…
Glycosidases... ex: Alpha-Amylase
intestinal lumen into blood
Sodium-Glucose Co-Transporter (SGLT-1)
Uniporter
Convert large polymers of sugars to pr…
Glycosidases... ex: Alpha-Amylase
Secondary active transport moves gluco…
intestinal lumen into blood
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Pharmacological Factors Affecting Drug Metabolism
Metabolism/+Biotransforma2on+
Why+Drug+Biotransforma2on+is+Necessary…
Biotransforma2on+in+Drug+Disposi2on++…
Role+of+Biotransforma2on+in+Drug+Ac2on+
• % Phase% I% reacGons% convert% parent% drug% into% a% more%…
• Metabolism% generates% polar% and% ionized% molecules% >>%…
• Phase% I% metabolites% are% mostly% inacGve% (but% occasion…
Metabolism/+Biotransforma2on+
• % Phase% I% reacGons% convert% parent% drug% into% a% more%…
Why+Drug+Biotransforma2on+is+Necessary…
• Metabolism% generates% polar% and% ionized% molecules% >>%…
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FMS II- Pharmacology: Drug Metabolism
What is the purpose of biotransformati…
What process is essential for eliminat…
Where does biotransformation take place?
What is the pathway of a drug absorbed…
inactivate and detoxify drugs and other foreign compounds tha…
metabolism of drugs into more water- soluble metabolites
liver, and some in the kidney, skin, gut and lungs
Drugs that are absorbed from the gut reach the liver via the…
What is the purpose of biotransformati…
inactivate and detoxify drugs and other foreign compounds tha…
What process is essential for eliminat…
metabolism of drugs into more water- soluble metabolites
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Pharmacology Exam 2 - Ch. 9 Powerpoint - DRUG METABOLISM AND ELIMINATION
Drug Elimination
Drug elimination occurs in 2 ways:
Main routes of elimination from the bo…
Drug Metabolism: Xenobiotics
Irreversible loss of compound from the body
Metabolism and Excretion
1. Kidney (most common), 2. Hipatobiliary system, 3. Lungs, 4…
Foreign compounds including: drugs, toxins and carcinogens
Drug Elimination
Irreversible loss of compound from the body
Drug elimination occurs in 2 ways:
Metabolism and Excretion
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Pharmacology of Type 2 Diabetes: Glucose Lowering Agents
All of these drugs, except insulin are…
combination of drugs that can not be u…
Advantageous Characteristics of good d…
Factors of drug Weight gain
...
sulfonylureas+ meglitinides
Weight neutral or weight loss... No hypoglycemia... Frequency of ad…
Reversal of osmotic diuresis... Reversal of relative starvation/…
All of these drugs, except insulin are…
...
combination of drugs that can not be u…
sulfonylureas+ meglitinides
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Pharmacology of Glucose Control-2~ Dr. Komiskey
How do SGLT2(i) work?
Where is GLP released from?
Which drugs lower the A1C the most (to…
GLP-1... -who, what, where?... -
most recent Na+ channels in nephron that absorb glucose- we b…
GI tract
metformin and sulfonylureas (lower A1C by 1-2%*)
secreted by gut, that stimulates insulin secretion, suppresse…
How do SGLT2(i) work?
most recent Na+ channels in nephron that absorb glucose- we b…
Where is GLP released from?
GI tract
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Basic Pharmacology 7 (Drug Metabolism)
metabolism
biotransformation
more, less, unchanging
liver, kidneys, intestines
all of the chemical processes in the body related to the prod…
metabolism is also known as
the chemical change may result in the molecule becoming more…
the most active tissues in metabolism are those found in the…
metabolism
all of the chemical processes in the body related to the prod…
biotransformation
metabolism is also known as
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Massey Pharmacology Chapter 4: Drugs for Blood Glucose Management
Insulin: Uses
Gestational Mellitus: Aim/treatment
Insulin is...
Insulin preparations come from...
Type 1:lower and control blood glucose... T1+T2: Lower and contr…
Provide adequate treatment for Mother, while reducing A.Es on…
Peptide hormone produced by the beta cells in the islets of L…
Human insulin, but used to come from pig insulin
Insulin: Uses
Type 1:lower and control blood glucose... T1+T2: Lower and contr…
Gestational Mellitus: Aim/treatment
Provide adequate treatment for Mother, while reducing A.Es on…
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Pharmacology II - Distribution and Drug Metabolism
What is distribution? What factor will…
If a drug is water soluble what would…
What is the most important protein in…
What is drug interaction?
Movement of a drug throught the system... If the drug is lipid s…
We would not see any effects.
Albumin... Because drugs attach to albumin limiting their site o…
Drugs bind to albumin and some drugs compete on the site of a…
What is distribution? What factor will…
Movement of a drug throught the system... If the drug is lipid s…
If a drug is water soluble what would…
We would not see any effects.
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NUNA2 Phyisology Final Exam Glucose Metabolism & Regulation
ATP is used for:
• PHOSPHO cre a teen:
Only carbohydrates can generate ATP ae…
Anaerobic Energy During Strenuous Burs…
• nearly all synthetic reactions by forming bonds.... • energizi…
ATP "storage"
anaerobically
1. ATP present in muscle cells... 2. Phosphocreatine... 3. glycogen…
ATP is used for:
• nearly all synthetic reactions by forming bonds.... • energizi…
• PHOSPHO cre a teen:
ATP "storage"
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Pharmacology 2: Metabolism
The same proportion of weight of parti…
Fewer particles than water-... Cells incr…
More particles than water- ... Cells decr…
What are the 4 classifications of IV s…
Iso-tonic
Hypo-tonic
Hyper-tonic
Crystalloids... Colloids-expander... Blood & blood products... Lipids-…
The same proportion of weight of parti…
Iso-tonic
Fewer particles than water-... Cells incr…
Hypo-tonic
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Pharmacology-Major Functional Groups for Drug Metabolism
Amide
Amine
Carboxyl, Carboxylic acid
Ester
Amide
Amine
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Pharmacology 126C Drug Metabolism and Drug Kinetics
Where are the primary locations of Met…
What does the phase 1 of Metabolism/Bi…
What are the main classes of the react…
How do you simplify Phase 1?
Hepatobilary System(bile), Kidney, Lungs
The phase is called the Functionalization: Which makes the dr…
Oxidation that links to P450, Reduction, and Hydrolysis.
Basically, you insert a oxygen through the use of P450 and NA…
Where are the primary locations of Met…
Hepatobilary System(bile), Kidney, Lungs
What does the phase 1 of Metabolism/Bi…
The phase is called the Functionalization: Which makes the dr…
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Pharmacology- Drug metabolism, pharmacogenetics, and therapeutic choice
Drug Metabolism
Effects of metabolism on the drug
What are the two drug metabolism react…
Explain First-Pass Effect
Biotransformation of drugs to more hydrophilic molecules for…
1) Alteration of pharmacodynamic properties of drugs-- most m…
The two reactions are phase 1 and phase 2, and they occur in…
Limitation of oral bioavailability of some drugs. This occurs…
Drug Metabolism
Biotransformation of drugs to more hydrophilic molecules for…
Effects of metabolism on the drug
1) Alteration of pharmacodynamic properties of drugs-- most m…
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Biochem 2: Chapter 15b - Coordinate Regulation of Glucose Metabolism
glycolysis vs Gluconeogenesis - how do…
Two core components of global control…
4 Different Modes of Enzyme Regulation
isozyme
-different rate-limiting steps of each pathway are key NOES... -…
* opposing pathways of glucose metabolism are coordinately re…
1. Differential expression of isozymes... 2. Allosteric control…
enzymes made from different genes that carry out the same fun…
glycolysis vs Gluconeogenesis - how do…
-different rate-limiting steps of each pathway are key NOES... -…
Two core components of global control…
* opposing pathways of glucose metabolism are coordinately re…
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Pharm B1 Lec 2 & 3: Pharmacology- Drug Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, and Elimination
drugs are best reabsorbed in which form?
Major mechanism of absorption is _____…
Lipid Solubility
For weak acids and bases ONLY the ____…
HA, uncharged form
diffusion
most important determinant of diffusion across a membrane (li…
unionized (i.e., uncharged)
drugs are best reabsorbed in which form?
HA, uncharged form
Major mechanism of absorption is _____…
diffusion
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Pharmacology class 2 drugs
Penicillin G
Ampicillin
Cephalosporins
Carbapenems
Names: Benzylpenicillin, Permapen... antibiotic that is given i…
Names: Principen... Type of penicillin antibiotic... It works by ki…
Cephalosporins are a group of broad spectrum, semi-synthetic…
They have broad-spectrum antibacterial activity, being active…
Penicillin G
Names: Benzylpenicillin, Permapen... antibiotic that is given i…
Ampicillin
Names: Principen... Type of penicillin antibiotic... It works by ki…
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PHM 350 Exam 2: Glucose Control drugs
insulin, inducers of insulin secretion…
insulin sensitizers
insulin
regular
Hypoglycemic compounds
anti-hyperglycemic compounds
•Mechanism of Action ... •Induces glucose uptake from plasma by…
Short acting insulin
insulin, inducers of insulin secretion…
Hypoglycemic compounds
insulin sensitizers
anti-hyperglycemic compounds
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