Category: GPAT Preparation

MCQ on NSAID Pharmacology & Chemistry, Mostly asked previous question from Pharmacology

1. Which of the following is the chemical name of aspirin? A) Acetaminophen B) Ibuprofen C) Ascorbic acid D) Acetylsalicylic acid Answer: D) Acetylsalicylic acid Explanation: Aspirin’s chemical name is acetylsalicylic acid, reflecting its chemical structure. 2. What is the […]

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Participate in GPAT 2024 Practice Test on May and June months by GPATINDIA

Team GPATINDIA announced GPAT practice test  for GPAT 2024 exam Date of test Test-1  on 9 May 2024 Test-2 on 16 May 2024 Test-3 on 23 May 2024 Test-4 on 30 May 2024 Test-5 on 6 June 2024   Total […]

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Human Cell Overview, Structure & Function of its Organelles for GPAT,CET, Biology, B.Pharm Sem I Human anatomy & Physiology, D.Pharm, BSc, Nursing, CSIR NET, NEET |

The cell contains various structural components to allow it to maintain life which are known as organelles. All the organelles are suspended within a gelatinous matrix, the cytoplasm, which is contained within the cell membrane. One of the few cells […]

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GPAT Syllabus Download PDF

GPAT Syllabus (Full PDF Download link given below in this page) Subject: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY  1. Composition & physical states of matter Intermolecular forces & their impact on the state of the matter. Various physical properties of matter, dipole moment, dielectric […]

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Pharmacovigilance Notes and lectures

Pharmacovigilance lectures with all four quadrants (Lecture + Questions + Notes + Discussion) As per the B.Pharm VIII Semester Syllabus Subject Code: BP 805ET Pharmacovigilance lectures playlist *pharmacovigilance lectures playlist* Dr. Vivek Jain Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences […]

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Adenylyl cyclase: cAMP pathway : General Pharmacology Notes

Adenylyl cyclase: cAMP pathway Activation of AC results in intracellular accumulation of second messenger cAM P (Fig. 4.6) which functions mainly through cAMP-dependent protein kinase (PKA). The PKA phosphorylates and alters the functi on of many enzymes, ion channels, transporters. […]

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