Cell Biology Quiz

There are many persons who disregarded Cell Biology in the first semester of med school but let us see if it is gonna catch up with this time around.

Are you smart enough to pass this exam or will you be rendered Hypoglycaemic at the end lacking what it takes to beat this reaction. Good luck and don't CHEAT!!!!

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  1. Hexokinase is inhibited by which of the following
  2. Glucose 6 phosphate is converted to Fructose 6 phosphate by the enzyme phosphohexose isomerase in the presence of:
  3. In the liver, glucose is used to: i) create fatty acids ii) cholesterol synthesis iii) glycogen synthesis
  4. True or False. Glucose removal from the blood is solely dependent on insulin
  5. In the liver , glucose is converted to glucose 6 phosphate via the enzyme:
  6. What is the committed step in glycolysis?
  7. What is the FIRST ATP forming reaction in glycolysis?
  8. Which of the following enzyme deficiency is the MOST likely cause of haemolytic anaemia?
  9. NADPH is needed by red blood cells for:
  10. The production of Fructose 2,6 Phosphate is done by Phosphofructokinase-2 (PFK-2) enzyme which is in:
  11. The hormone that inhibits Phosphofructokinase-2 enzyme is:
  12. Bile salt synthesis is done by:
  13. Absorption of triglycerides takes place in the:
  14. Which of the following has the lowest molecular weight?
  15. The four (4) step sequence for the beta oxidation pathway is:
  16. Isomaltase is:
  17. Insulin secretion from the pancreas results in which of the following:

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