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Major function of the monophosphate shunt is to provide this.NADPH
88.2%
Albumin is made in this organ liver
76.5%
Malnutrition results into low albumin, low gamma globulin, and high___________alpha 1 and alpha 2 globulin
76.5%
Form of FH4 used to form B12-CH3 and MethionineMethyl
76.5%
Iron StorageFerritin
76.5%
Iron TransportTransferrin
76.5%
How many binding sites does transferrin have for iron?2
76.5%
Hemolytic effect of ingesting Fava beans. Not observed in all individuals with G6PD deficiency.Favism
76.5%
Low albumin can be due to cirrhosis, nephrotic syndome or __________malnutrition
70.6%
alpha-1 antitrypsin inhibits this proteaseelastase
70.6%
Deficiency in alpha-1 antitrypsin results into this diseaseEmphysema or COPD
70.6%
Low levels of this alpha-2 globulin indicates hemolysis.Haptoglobin
70.6%
Myeloma causes an increase of this globulinGamma Globulin
70.6%
Megaloblastic anemia is caused by a deficiency in Folate and _______Vitamin B12
70.6%
Plasma proteins are found in Liver and _________bone marrow
64.7%
x x % Correct
Active form of folic acid Tetrahydrofolate
64.7%
NOS is made from _____________to Citrulline. Arginine
58.8%
Toxic ROS HOCL
58.8%
Minor serum component that is a marker of inflammation.C-reactive protein
52.9%
Form of FH4 used for Thymidine and Serine synthesisMethylene
52.9%
Lack of parietal cells/intrinsic factor results into this type of anemia.Pernicious
52.9%
Enzyme that initiates phagocytic respiratory burst NADPH oxidase
52.9%
Toxic RNOSONOO-
52.9%
A biochemical reductant responsible for reduction of H2O2 into H2OGSH
47.1%
Used for Vitamin D transportGc globulin
41.2%
Form of FH4 used for de novo purine synthesis Formyl
41.2%
___________Hypothesis is when B12 deficiency blocks the transfer of CH3 from FH4-CH3 Methyl Trap
41.2%
Precipitating factor of hemolytic anemiaOxidative stress
41.2%
Copper binding protein that is low in Wilson's diseaseCeruloplasmin
35.3%
Loss of lower molecular weight proteins. Retention of higher molecular weight proteins.Nephrotic pattern
29.4%

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