Pharma Geek Contest 1

PHARMA GEEK PPT CONTEST 1 PhamaWiki.in Power Point CONTEST Pharma Geek Contest 1 PhamaWiki.in PPT CONTEST What is this Pharma Geek Contest 1? PharmaGeekContest one is PhamaWiki.in Power Point CONTEST for all the B pharmacy M pharmacy and PhD students and Pharmacy professionals. What you need to Do? All you need to do is select any topic from Pharmacy Subjects and you [...]

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Autoreceptor

A receptor on nerve endings within a synapse that responds to the released neurotransmitter from that neuron. This then feeds back to the same neuron and negatively regulates [...]

Autophagy

Autophagy derived from latin words “self eating” is a normal regulated cell process where cytoplasmic materials are degraded through the lysosomal machinery and the [...]

Autacoid

Autacoids are literally ‘self-medicating agents’ that are liberated from or produced by cells in response to a stimulus. They differ from hormones in that they usually act [...]

Arrestins

Arrestins act as adaptor proteins that bind to phosphorylated G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR) and link the receptors to clathrin-coated pits. β-Arrestins are essential in [...]

alpha-2 Antiplasmin

alpha-2  antiplasmin, a naturally occurring inhibitor of fibrinolysis, is a single chain glycoprotein that forms a stable, inactive complex within plasmin and thereby [...]

Annexins

Annexins form an evolutionary conserved family of Ca2+ and phospholipid binding proteins implicated in membrane trafficking and the regulation of Ca2+ currents across [...]

Ames Test

The Ames test measures the reversion from mutant to wild type form (back-mutation) in a culture of Salmonella. The test is used to screen large numbers of compounds for their [...]

Allergen

An allergen is usually an inert substance (e.g. pollen, house dust mite faeces) that in some individuals can trigger the generation of an (inappropriate) antigenic response. [...]

Allodynia

The sensation of pain, following injury or disease, in response to a previously non-noxious stimulus is termed ‘allodynia’. Tactile allodynia is caused by recruitment [...]

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