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1. What is the function of Zinc

2. What substances inhibit phosphofructokinase -1

3. What is the activated carrier for methyl groups

4. What converts dopamine to NE

5. What tissues have both enzymes of sorbitol metabolism

6. Type IV BM

7. Where is EtOH dehydrogenase located

8. What happens on the nonoxidative arm of the HMP shunt and What is the key enzyme and cofactor

9. Where do you find elastin and What does it do

10. What is sorbitol - how and why is it made

11. What is the RDE of de novo pyrimidine synthesis

12. The golgi apparatus fxns as a distribution center between what organelles in the cell and What does it process

13. What makes up a nucleotide

14. What is the most common urea cycle disorder and What is the mode of inheritance?

15. In mismatch repair - which strand is recognized and In what hereditary syndrome is this defective

16. What are the priorities for the body in fasting and starvation

17. The pyruvate dehydrogenase complex serves In what reaction: products

18. What does NADPH oxidase deficiency result in and why

19. What is the Hardy Weinberg disease prevalence equation

20. characterize autosomal domint inheritance

21. Gene imprinting implies that How many alleles are active at a single locus

22. What does acetyl - CoA become before becoming palmitate

23. What does a dehydrogenase do

24. What ribosomes do prokaryotes have

25. What does vit B3 def result in

26. cytoskeletal elements associated with vimenentin - desmin - cytokeratin - glial fibrillary acid protiens (GFAP) - neurofilaments

27. What is the TX for CF and What does it do

28. What are the fetal screening measures for Down

29. What clotting factors require vit K

30. What does lactase deficiency cause

31. Where is PEP carboxykinase found - What does it do - and What does it require

32. Which type of chromatin is less condensed - transcriptionally active - sterically accesible

33. Where are the secretory proteins made and N- linked oligosaccharide addtions put on proteins

34. What does high cholesterol or long saturated fatty acid content do to the melting temperature and fluidity

35. What collagen type is most frequently affected in ehlers danlos and What are common complications

36. What step begins the urea cycle and What is the enzyme needed - Where does it happen

37. What does cytokeratin stain for

38. trinucleotide repeat for huntingtons

39. What is RNAi used for

40. What makes up a nucleoside

41. What is disulfiram used for

42. Which antihelminthe drugs work on microtubules

43. What two cells are particularly rich in RER

44. What are the physical findings of fragile x syndrome

45. What is the RDE of fatty acid oxidation

46. How do macrolides and clindamycin work

47. What substance inside the cell serves to oxidize glutatione

48. Where is glucokinase found - What are the Km and Vmax - and what induces it

49. metaphse chromosomes are stained - ordered and numbered according to morphology - size - arm length ratio - banding pattern

50. How do aminoglycosides work