☰ General Pharmacology (Pharmacy Allopathy) - MCQs

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Location of receptors for glucocorticoid hormones is.

  • A. Nucleus
  • B. Cell membrane
  • C. Mitochondria
  • D. Cytoplasm

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Myenteric plexus is also called:

  • A. Solar plexus
  • B. Branchial plexus
  • C. Meisner's plexus
  • D. Auerbach's plexus

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The neurotransmitter gamma amino butyric acid is formed from.

  • A. Dydroxylation of L-gutamate
  • B. Decarboxylation of D-aspartate
  • C. Hydroxylation of D-aspartate
  • D. Decarboxylation of L-glutamate

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A chelating agent used in the case of poisoning is:

  • A. Sodium phosphate
  • B. Dimercaprol
  • C. Ferroin
  • D. Bismuth subnitrate

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Ranitidine is a:

  • A. H2 antagonist
  • B. HI antagonist
  • C. Beta adrenergic antagonist
  • D. Alpha adrenergic antagonist

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The antifungal drug, fluconazole belongs to the class of:

  • A. Pyridine
  • B. Azoles
  • C. Pyrimidines
  • D. Acridines

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