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Gluconeogenesis Pathway, Enzymes & Reactions

gluconeogenesis pathway

The gluconeogenesis is a metabolic pathway that highlights the synthesis of glucose or glycogen from substances which having no composition of carbohydrates. It is the efficient method that produces the energy giving fuel ’ glucose’ from substances comparatively other than carbohydrates, which are stored in the body, and utilize whenever the carbohydrate substrates are not enough available as in starvation or after being of high demand as in intensive physical exertion. Gluconeogenesis Pathway: Generally, the biochemical term Gluconeogenesis is the reversal of

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Catalase Test Procedure, Principle, Precautions & Results

catalase test procedure

Catalase is the enzyme that catalyzes to split up hydrogen peroxide into its reactant (water and oxygen). It has produced by a special kind of bacteria called staphylococci. Catalase enzyme has been utilizing in many different works like, topical disinfectant in wounds, bubbling that is observed because of the evolution of oxygen gas. Uses of Hydrogen peroxide: It is the strong oxidizing agent, help in industries to oxidize the other compound or element. It acts as a natural anti-septic, that

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Medial longitudinal Fasciculus Pathway, Origin & Syndrome

medial longitudinal fasciculus

The medial longitudinal fasciculus is basically a fine group of axons or longitudinal bundle present just a little above the midline of the brainstem or brain stem, composing of both ascending and descending batch of fibers that originates from various areas of the body. It is further associated with three different muscular connection called, oculomotor nerve, trochlear nerve, and abducens nerve. Medial longitudinal fasciculus Origin: Medial longitudinal fasciculus was very first discovered by the neurologist Benedict Stilling. Later, its name was gradually changing and

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Branches of Abdominal Aorta

branches of abdominal aorta

The abdominal aorta is the largest artery of a human body, that begins from descending thoracic aorta and ends to the pelvis and lower limb. However, it includes as a part of the abdominal cavity and carries oxygenated bloodstream via the whole abdominal organs that are why regarded it as the largest artery of the body. The abdominal aorta, in the beginning, enters into the diaphragm at the vertebral level of T12 the further mutually goes to L4. Then it

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What is Dysdiadochokinesia? Its Treatment & Exercises

what is Dysdiadochokinesia

Dysdiadochokinesia (DDK) is a combination of Greek letter diadochos “succeeding” and kinesis “movement”, it is basically caused due to heavy disturbance in cerebellar dysfunction (blockage of posterior lobe that is directed towards brain), means fail to respond against quick moves, in other words, become totally paralyze to all alternating actions; in case if a person unconsciously put his hand on a stove, he pulls it back due to involuntary action, but in this state he fail to response against this

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Potassium Channel Blockers- & Its Pharmacology

potassium channel blockers pharmacology

Potassium channel blockers are classified as class III antiarrhythmic agents, use to modify or prolong the effects of potential and refractory period, that further go in order to combine with normal conduction velocity, as a result help to treat the cause of re-entrant arrhythmias. Although it didn’t affect the specific rate or duration cycle base on sodium channel, here a question arises in your minds why isn’t the sodium cycle affected? That is because, of its ion channel are supremely

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