Pharmawiki Schedule of Online Mock GPAT exam 2017

Gpat Mock test schedule This is the schedule of GPAT Online MOCK exam being conducted by Pharmawiki (For registered members only. Click here to register) Test No Start Date Click here Online GPAT Mock test #1 05/01/2014 Take test here               View Rank Analysis Online GPAT Mock test #2 12/01/2014 Take test [...]

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Autotaxin – Lysophosphatidic acid (LPA).

Autotaxin is a lysophospholipase D that occurs in plasma and serum and cleaves lysophosphatidylcholine, thereby forming lysophosphatidic acid (LPA). This enzyme occurs as a [...]

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 [...]