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Daniel's random 5

Week 2 continued b

VPM input: trigeminal and gustatory pathway taste the face (medially) face sensation and taste destination: primary somatosensory
location of synthesis of NE locus ceruleus
location of synthesis of DA ventral tegmentum and SNc
location of synthesis of 5 HT raphe nucleus
location of synthesis of ACh basal nucleus of meynart
GABA synthesis location nucleus accumbens -> reward center, pleasure, addiciton, fear
how does sickle cell anemia affect the kidneys renal papillary necrosis microhematuria (medullary infarcts)
most common A.A. in collegen glycine X-Y proline and lysine
ephelis freckle increased melanin, normal melanocyte
urticaria hives increased mast cell degranulation
where are the following typically located? enhancers anywhere on gene
repressors? anywhere on gene
promoters 25-70 base pairs bases upstream
hearing loss conductive abnormal Rinne test (bone > air) Weber localized to affected ear
sensorineural hearing loss normal Rinne test (air > bone) Weber localized to unaffected ear
which part does AA acid attach to tRNA? to the 3' end -> contains a CCA sequence -> the hydroxyl group binds the AA can carry amino accids
langerhans cell histocytosis cell type dendritic cells
langerhans cell histocytosis express? S100 and CD1a
EM of langerhans cell histocytosis birbeck granules
cortisol has what kind of effect on the ability of NE to vasoconstrict? permissive
right parietal lobe lesion contralateral hemineglect
reticular activating system (midbrain) lesion decreased arousal and wakefullness (coma)
halothane (toxicity) highly lethal fulminant hepatitis increased AST, ALT, increased PT, eosinophili
things that can cause carpal tunnel RA Dm hypothyroidism dialysis associated amyloidosis
route of entry in N. meningitidis pharynxx -> blood -> choroid plexus -> meninges
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