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Give one example of a drug interraction resulting fron enzyme inhibition and enzyme induction?
August 05, 2009 4:07PM
if there is any inborn errors with enzyme B means, there will be a malfunctioning... so here the enzyme can not convert comp 1 to comp 2... so automatically enzyme C wont be having any function!!
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What is an example of a negative-feedback inhibition in the human body?
Asked in Biochemistry
What is inhibition and why enzymes need to be inhibited?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Example of a positive feedback inhibition in the human body?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Electrostatics, Magnetism
How does induction help people?
If you mean electromagnetic induction, there are a lot of ways. For example, an alternator (that is a generator of AC current) works via electromagnetic induction. The headlights of a bicycle are powered via induction (bikes have a magnet in the wheels and when you pedal the magnetic field rotates thus creating current).
How can magnetic energy be converted to mechanical energy?
Asked in Magnetism
What is magentic induction and an example of magnetic induction?
What if a agar plate is isolated and antibiotic added and result is no growth or inhibition?
This is basically ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITY TEST, to test whether the given organism is RESISTANT(no zone of inhibition) or SENSITIVE( zone of inhibition) to the given antibiotic. Zone of Inhibition Testing is a fast, qualitative means to measure the ability of an antimicrobial agent to inhibit the growth of microorganisms. The effectiveness is based upon the size of zone of inhibition,diffusability of antibiotic,size of inoculum,type of media used. example: bacillus organism is inoculated with both PENICILLIN and AMPICILLIN , zone of inhibition is absent in case of penicillin and present in case of ampicillin, this shows that ampicillin (sensitive) worked effectively when compared to penicillin.
What are the uses of magnets and electromagnets daily?
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What is induction type instrument give example and explain in detail?
When a metal pan is heated on the stove this is an example of heat transferred by what?
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics, Biochemistry
An enzyme citrate synthase in the Krebs cycle is inhibited by ATP What type of inhibition would this be?
Citrate synthase is inhibited by ATP. Obviously, the Krebs cycle produces ATP. This is the first step and one of the major regulatory steps in the pathway. If the cell has plenty of ATP, then it wouldn't need to keep making it, thus the pathway needs to be shut off. ATP inhibits the enzyme to shut off the pathway. This is an example of feedback inhibition (you can also call it negative inhibition or even product inhibition). Feedback inhibition is when the products of a certain biochemical pathway inhibit earlier enzymes, shutting down the pathway.
Asked in Magnetism
What is an induction system?
There are two possible meanings I can think of: Firstly, and induction system can mean something like an orientation program, for example where a new employee is inducted into the workings and procedures of a company. The second can refer to the induction of heat or electric current into a circuit through a strong magnetic field. For example: an induction stove, where a magnet in the surface of the stove causes the (ferrous) metal pot above it to heat up, an induction coil which induces high voltage, an induction motor. Other common place items that use induction in their design include: Some pacemaker designs use induction to recharge the battery that sits within the body cavity. Some electric tooth brush systems use iindcution technology to recharge a battery within the sealed handle of the toothbrush. Induction stoves/ cookers.
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Negative conditioned reflexes or inhibition of conditioned reflexes?
The established conditioned reflexes can be inhibited by some factors. The inhibition is of two types. External or indirect inhibition Internal or direct inhibition External or indirect inhibition The established conditioned reflex is inhibited by some form of stimulus, which is quite different from the conditioned stimulus. It is not related to conditioned stimulus. For example, some disturbing factors like sudden entrance of a stranger, sudden noise, or a strong smell can abolish the conditioned reflex and inhibit salivary secretion. The extra stimulus evokes the animal's curiosity and distracts the attention. According to Pavlov, this evokes an investigatory reflex. If the extra (inhibitory) stimulus is repeated for some time, its inhibitory effect gets weakened or abolished. Internal or direct inhibition There are four ways in which, the established conditioned reflex is abolished by direct or internal factors, which are related to the conditioned stimulus.
What is the difference between resulting in violence and resulting violence I have had trouble knowing the difference so I decided to get help from the ladies and gentlemen on the internet?
The difference is that when you say "resulting in violence", the word resulting is a verb. In the phrase "resulting violence", resulting describes the word violence. Here is an example of how they are used: The Kansas-Nebraska Act was passed in 1854, resulting in violence. When the Kansas-Nebraska Act was passed in 1854, the resulting violence killed many people.
Asked in Biology
How does feedback inhibition work?
Feedback inhibition works when the product of the process is an inhibitor of one or more steps in the process producing the product. An example is the release of insulin upon consumption of food. Eating releases raises blood sugar and high blood sugar releases insulin, which reduces blood sugar levels.