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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Causalgia is burning pain evoked by the activation of sympathetic efferent fibres. The likely mechanism underlying this syndrome involves ectopic expression of [...]


Cathepsins are intracellular proteinases that reside within lysosomes or specific intracellular granules. Cathepsins are used to degrade proteins or peptides that are [...]


An episodic sudden loss of postural muscle tone and function, ranging from slight weakness to complete body collapse, due to imbalanced descending monoaminergic and [...]


A capsid is a proteinaceous shell encasing the viral genome. Viral capsids are polymeric, ordered structures composed of one or more virus encoded [...]


Capsaicin, also known as N-Vanillyl-8-methyl-6-(E)- noneamide, is the most pungent of the group of compounds called capsaicinoids: It is a common ingredient in varieties of [...]


Small ubiquitous calcium-binding protein. Calmodulin binds and regulates the activity of many protein targets involved in cellular signal transduction pathways mediated by [...]


Apeptide hormone rapidly inhibiting osteoclast activity. The relevance of calcitonin in human calcium homeostasis is not well understood. Calcitonin has been used for the [...]


Calcium-dependent serine/threonine phosphatase (also known as protein phosphatase 2B or PP2B). Calcineurin is a heterodimer composed of a catalytic subunit (Calcineurin A) [...]


Cachexia refers to a physical wasting due to loss of muscle and fat. Cachexia is often found in end-stage cancer patients but is also caused by autoimmune disorders or by [...]

Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF)

BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factor) is a neurotrophin, i.e. a target-derived growth factor, which is expressed in the brain predominantly in the hippocampus. It acts [...]