EB3304 CHAPTER 4
What are microbes?
Microbes are small single-celled
Either free-living or in colonies
They can belong to any of the three
CHAPTER 5 (EB 3304)
How do we get infected?
Role of our immune system
Who are they?
What can we do to help?
Bacteria good or bad?
Must feed from a host
Enzyme is an organic catalyst(they speed up the
chemical reactions in living things, without itself being
changed)formed by a living cells
They are proteins with tertiary structures which
contain a c
Controlled drug delivery
Controlling drug delivery system
differentiate drug delivery systems according to their
differentiate drug delivery systems according to their route
differentiate drug deliv
They are proteins (including antibodies), nucleic acids (DNA,
RNA or antisense oligonucleotides) used for therapeutic or in
vivo diagnostic purposes, and are produced by means other
General Principles of Drug
Dose Response Relationships
A. Drug effects : produced by altering the normal
functions of cells and tissues in the body via one/
four general mechanisms.
i) Interaction with receptors: naturally occurring
Introduction to pharmacokinetic
Biological research advances and
approved biologicals for
concerned with the study of drug action, where
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING,
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONS)
EB3304: Drug and
Academic year 2014
Introduction to the Course
Contact Details of Lecturer
EB3304- Additional Assignment
1. What are the different ways to which antibiotics can be categorized?
2. Elaborate the action of antibiotics preventing cell wall synthesis.
3. Antibiotics resistance is a worrying subject matter in the medical field. How