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glucocorticoid used in asthma (Be)
short acting Beta-2 agonist
binds to tubulin, depolymerising it. Used in gout
synthetic thyroid hormone
interferes with HER2 receptors. used in treatment of some breast cancers
Monoclonal antibody inhibiting B cell activating factor
ACE inhibitor
a combination of trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole
breaks down to form NO in the blood, usually given as sublingual spray
it is a vitamin D3 receptor antagonist, allows the uptake of Ca in the gut of Vitamin D defficient patient
an undigestible shuggar used to make people poop, also lowers amonium
prevents the dephosphorylation of NF-AT which is the transcription factor for IL-2
an antifungal which binds to ergosterol in fungal cell walls
a non selective alpha antagonist
a beta-1 agonist used to reduce cardiac output
a dihydropyridine channel blocker used to reduce vascular smooth muscle contraction
ionic compound used in the treatment of accute severe asthma to relax smooth muscle, and decrease the degranulation of mast cells
a leukotriene recepto antagonist
prevents the iodination of tyrosine into thyroglobulin
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Xanthine oxidase inhibitor
inhibits inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase, an enzyme in purine synthesis
General muscarinic receptor antagonist
a glucocorticoid used to reduce inflammation in the brain
an antagonist for P2Y12 receptors on platelets which inhibits platelet aggregation
a non selective beta antagonist
reduces hepatic glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis, circulating LDLs and increases fatty acid oxidation
activates anti-thrombin 3
vitamin K antagonist
a monoclonal antibody and antagonist for CD25 / IL-2 receptors
forms a pore in the ergosterol in fungal cell walls
dihydropholate reductase inhbitor
long acting Beta-2 agonist
glucocorticoid used in asthma (Bu)
an antihistamine which can't cross the blood brain barrier
binds to CFTR receptor to increase ion permiability in G551D CF patients
HMG CoA reductase inhibitor
an aldosterone antagonist, potassium sparing diuretic

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