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Question 1: [2] Further, human drug-metabolizing enzymes are typically activated through engagement of ________.
Estrogen receptorTranscription factorNuclear receptorAndrogen receptor

Question 2: the co-administration of a ________ and an agonist for the same receptor.
NK1 receptor antagonistReceptor antagonistNorepinephrine reuptake inhibitorH2 antagonist

Question 3: A contemporary example of a drug interaction used as an advantage is the co-administration of carbidopa with ________ (available as Carbidopa/levodopa).
L-DOPAMDMASelegilineL-DOPS

Question 4: One notable system involved in metabolic drug interactions is the enzyme system comprising the ________.
Aromatase21-HydroxylaseCytochrome P450CYP3A4

Question 5: Many drug interactions are due to alterations in ________.
ADMEDrug metabolismPharmacogeneticsPharmacology

Question 6: These processes may include alterations in the ________ of the drug, such as alterations in the Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, and Excretion (ADME) of a drug.
Antibiotic resistancePharmacokineticsPharmacologyPsychopharmacology

Question 7: However, drug interactions have been deliberately used, such as co-administering probenecid with ________ prior to mass production of penicillin.
CycloserineCephalosporinBeta-lactam antibioticPenicillin
















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