Competitive Exams: Pharmacy MCQs (Practice_Test 19 of 29)

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  1. Mechanism of action of omerprazole is inhibition of
    1. h + /k + atpase
    2. na + /k + atpase
    3. k + /atp protein
    4. h + /cl-protein
  2. Isradipine is
    1. 1,4 dihydropyridine
    2. benzothiazepine
    3. arylalkyl amine
    4. piperidinedione
  3. Sds-page experiment is
    1. Immunoblotting
    2. chromatography
    3. electrophoresis
    4. none of the above
  4. Most commonly used hplc is
    1. Normal phase
    2. reverse phase
    3. gel permeation
    4. ion-pair
  5. Cardiotoxicity is side effect of
    1. Adriamycin
    2. bleomycin
    3. vancomycin
    4. mitomycin
  6. Cough is side effects of
    1. Prazocin
    2. captopril
    3. propranolol
    4. dexamethasone
  7. Albuterol is specific for ________ receptors
    1. B1
    2. b2
    3. b3
    4. a1
  8. Which statement is not true for enalpril
    1. It blocks angiotensin i
    2. it blocks angiotensin ii
    3. it blocks ace
    4. none of the above
  9. Back titration is done for
    1. Strong acid weak base titration
    2. weak acid base titration
    3. weak acid strong base titration
    4. strong acid base titration
  10. Indole alkaloids are biosynthesised from
    1. Tryptamine
    2. tryptophan
    3. tyramine
    4. tyrosine
  11. Accelerated stability study is carried out for injection at
    1. 50c
    2. 250c
    3. 470c
    4. 300c
  12. Statins are used for
    1. Decreasing blood glucose level
    2. decreasing blood cholesterol
    3. decreasing blood thyrosine level
    4. decreasing blood calcitonin
  13. Aspirin acts as
    1. Cox i inhibitor
    2. cox ii inhibitor
    3. cox iii inhibitor
    4. lox inhibitor
  14. Which one is endothermic process?
    1. Distillation
    2. evaporation
    3. sublimation
    4. crystallization
  15. Duration of action for bioadhesive buccal gel
    1. ~8 hrs.
    2. ~1hr
    3. ~30 min
    4. ~24 hrs

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