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Increases, increases Increases, decreases Decreases, decreases
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1/9/11 State the effect that insulin has on the flux of each of the following processes, (a – increase, b – decrease, c – no effect) glycogenolysis glycogen synthesis Fatty Acid oxidation Fatty Acid synthesis
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1/9/11 State the effect that insulin has on the flux of each of the following processes, (a – increase, b – decrease, c – no effect) Glycogenolysis b glycogen synthesis a Fatty Acid oxidation b Fatty Acid synthesis a
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1/9/11 GLUT4 is upregulated in response to Glucagon Epinephrine Insulin Testosterone Nitric oxide
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1/9/11 GLUT4 is upregulated in response to Glucagon Epinephrine Insulin Testosterone Nitric oxide
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1/9/11 Which of the following is a second messenger? Epinephrine ATP cAMP adrenergic receptor phospholipase C
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1/9/11 Which of the following is a second messenger? Epinephrine ATP cAMP adrenergic receptor phospholipase C
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1/9/11 Leptin is a hormone that is produced in the ___________ and acts on the ___________ Liver, adipose tissue Liver, kidneys Pancreas, Brain Adipose tissue, Brain Adipose tissue, Liver
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1/9/11 Leptin is a hormone that is produced in the ___________ and acts on the ___________ Liver, adipose tissue Liver, kidneys Pancreas, Brain Adipose tissue, Brain Adipose tissue, Liver
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1/9/11 Mass Spectrometry Which disease in newborn screening cannot be easily picked up by mass spectrometry? (answers found in Boyer) None. Newborns must not be screened due to ethical considerations .
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1/9/11 Which disease in newborn screening cannot be easily picked up by mass spectrometry? (answers found in Boyer) None. Newborns must not be screened due to ethical considerations .
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1/9/11 What is the correct definition of mass spectrometry? (answers found in Boyer) Measuring masses using spectrometers, e.g. certain prisma Connecting separation instruments (‘chromatography’) to devices that respond to mass differences
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1/9/11 What is the correct definition of mass spectrometry? (answers found in Boyer) Measuring masses using spectrometers, e.g. certain prisma Connecting separation instruments (‘chromatography’) to devices that respond to mass differences
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1/9/11 Which tools are most suitable to detect differences in hydroxy-methylglutarate levels (HMG) in blood extracts? (answers not found in Boyer, use logical considerations and lecture notes) High performance liquid chromatography coupled to
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1/9/11 Which tools are most suitable to detect differences in hydroxy-methylglutarate levels (HMG) in blood extracts? (answers not found in Boyer, use logical considerations and lecture notes) High performance liquid chromatography coupled to
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1/9/11 Why is mass spectrometry a good tool to screen for many metabolic diseases simultaneously? (answers found in Boyer) Mass spectrometry is most sensitive to detect small amounts of metabolites .
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