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1. The MTT assay measures: A) Cell membrane integrity B) DNA damage C) Mitochondrial function D) Glutathione levels 2. Paraquat enters cells by: A) Active transport B) Facilitated diffusion C) Phagocytosis D) Passive diffusion 3. Passive diffusion relies on the following conditions: A) A lipid soluble compound B) A concentration gradient C) A non-ionized compound D) All of the above 4. Carbon tetrachloride causes secondary damage to: A) Mitochondria B) Cell membrane C) Endoplasmic reticulum D) Cytoskeleton 5. Calcein and trypan blue are used in viability assays as a measure of: A) Cell membrane integrity B) DNA damage C) Cell proliferation D) Mitochondrial function 6. Lipid peroxidation occurs when there is disruption of phospholipid covalent bonds. Phospholipid chains that have a higher number of unsaturated bonds are: A) More likely to undergo lipid peroxidation than saturated bonds B) Less likely to undergo lipid peroxidation than saturated bonds C) Neither statement is accurate 7. Lead enters the bloodstream in the gut by:
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