MT204 quiz - 1. 2. 3. 4. injury to a cell can lead to both...

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1. injury to a cell can lead to both changes in structure and function 2. knowing the cause of injury can help to answer which of the following: treatment 3. programmed cell death is apoptosis 4. a cell tries to “maintain steady state” after a challenge, it does this by protecting nucleic acids 5. apoptosis and necrosis are not the same way for a cell to die 6. free radicals can damage proteins, membranes and nucleic acids 7. hypoxia means low oxygen 8. free radicals can come from reoxygenation/reperfusion of tissues that were ischemic 9. targets of cell injury are the nucleus and cell membrane 10. exotoxins are bacterial toxins 11. ischemia can produce peroxide radicals 12. radiation injury results in radicals 13. autolysis and heterolysis are the same as apoptosis 14. cottage cheese looking necrosis is caseation necrosis 15. inflammation affects the microcirculation 16. loss of function was the cardinal sign of inflammation that was added in lecture 17. formylated peptides and complement components are mediators of inflammation
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course MT / BLD 204 taught by Professor Johngerlack during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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MT204 quiz - 1. 2. 3. 4. injury to a cell can lead to both...

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