(A)Cirrhosis of the liver(B) Nephritis(C) Diabetes mellitus(D) Coronary thrombosis E None of them
26.The transaminase activity needs the coenzyme:
(A) B1 (B) B6 – PO4(C) FAD+ (D) NAD+ E ) NADP
27.The integrator between the TCA cycle and urea cycle is
(A) Fumarate (B) Malate(C) Pyruvate (D) Citrate (E) none of them
28 From dietary protein as well as from the urea present in fluids secreted into the
gastrointestinal tract intestinal bacteria produce
(A) Carbondioxide(B) Ammonia(C) Ammonium sulphate D) Creatine E) A & B
29.A female neonate did well initially until approximately 24 hours of age when she became lethargic.A sepsis workup proved negative. At 56 hours, she started showing focal seizure activity. The plasma ammonia level was found to be (normal 5 to 50) Quantitative plasma amino acid levels revealed a marked elevation of argininosuccinate. These results supported the diagnosis of argininosuccinase deficiency. Which one of the following would be elevated in the serum of this patient, in addition to ammonia and argininosuccinate
A. Asparagine B. Glutamine C. Lysine D. Urea E. Uric acid
30 Which one of the following statements concerning a one-week-old male infant with undetected classic phenylketonuria is correct?
A. Tyrosine is a nonessential amino acid for the infant. B. High levels of phenylpyruvate appear in his urine.
Therapy must begin within the first year of life. D. A diet devoid of phenylalanine should be initiated immediately E. When the infant reaches adulthood, it is recommended that diet therapy be discontinued