FINAL EXAM: Advanced Course Essential Knowledge in Peptides for Age Management Medicine
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A peptide bond is formed by what reaction
According to the Human Proteome Map how many peptides do we approximately have?
What type of receptors are oxytocin receptors, calcium sensing receptors, and melanocortin receptor?
Which hormones are peptides
G protein coupled receptor is activated by
A peptide bond is
True or False: In the oxytocin nasal spray trial in pre and post-menopausal women showed that oxytocin was better than placebo in improving female sexual dysfunction.
The receptor that requires the phosphorylation of the receptor like the vascular endothelial growth factor (VGEF), nerve growth factor (NGF) and insulin like growth factor (IGF) are what type of receptors
Epithalon has been shown in a mice and rat study
A recommended dosing of Epithalon
True or False: In the Bremelanotide trials there was no side effects of nausea, flushing, or headaches?
Melanontan 1 or Afamelanotide has been shown to improve what skin condition
Bremelanotide PT-141 is a derivative of which peptide
Intranasal use of Bremelanotide PT 141 increased what
Suggested first dosing of Bremelanotide PT 141 is
Recommend dosing of DSIP with Glycine
In December 2017 the FDA has approved Macimorlelin an oral agent to diagnose low growth hormone. Is Macimorelin a
The advantages of using peptides to stimulate growth hormone versus using human growth hormone
CJC-1295 an analog of
In a 2006 study with CJC-1295 with DAC looking at lipodystrophy in HIV patients there was one adverse side effect
Growth hormone releasing peptides (GHRP) stimulates what in the pituitary to release Growth hormone?
Which peptides stimulates the Ghrelin receptor?
Tesamorelin recommended dosing is
What is the common dose of CJC-1295 non Dac with ipamorelin?
True or False: BPC-157 has been shown in animal study to heal a detached achilles.
BPC 157 increases which type of collagen the most?
The mechanism of action of BPC 157 might be
BPC 157 has been shown to
True or False: There is an animal study showing that BPC 157 healed a transected sciatic nerve
In animal phase 2 study the lethal dose of BPC 157 to kill 1% was
True or False: BPC 157 can help with chemical or alkali burns
True of False: BPC 157 has no role in helping with the recovery of traumatic brain injury
Typical dosing with BPC 157 for an acute musculoskeletal injury would be?
Cerebrolysin was discovered by An Austrian professor in 1949 and it contains
Recommended starting dose of MK-667 is
True or False: In the meta analysis of 6 randomized double blind placebo controlled studies on Cerebrolysin for mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease, Cerebrolysin did not improve on cognitive function
Combination of Cerebrolysin and Donepezil (Aricept) showed
Cerebrolysin in first degree relatives with Alzhemier’s showed after 1 month of Cerebrolysin at 20 m/ day for 1 month
Dosing of Cerebrolysin in studies
True of False: Cerebrolsyin is mixed in 250 cc of normal saline or ½ normal saline
Semax was discovered from what country
Semax is analogue of which hormone
Semax improved recovery in stroke, what doses did they use?
Semax can be delivered
Selank main effect is that it helps with
True or False: Selank increases BDNF
Selank influences the gene expression of what
Selank can be delivered
What type of T cell promotes a tolerogenic environment and can be of benefit in the treatment of autoimmune diseases?
Which of these interleukins is responsible for promoting a tolerogenic environment?
This T helper cell population plays a role in eradicating extracellular fungi and bacteria. They have also been identified as playing a major role in autoimmune diseases:
This peptide can block the release of IL6, IL12, NF-Kb, TNFa and can increase regulatory T cells.
VIP affects immune function in which of the following ways?
Which of these is not a cell growth cycle checkpoint?
Metenkephalin stimulates which of the following cancer inhibitory pathways?
Which of the following doses of Metenkephalin has been studied clinically?
What protein needs to be expressed in cancer cells for PNC 27 to exert its anticancer effects?
GHK-cu’s anticancer mechanism of action is:
Which of these is synthetic thymic peptide?
TA1 has not been studied as a treatment for which of these infectious diseases?
Thymosin beta 4 could have a protective role in sepsis through the modulation of which protein:
True or false: Autologous stem cell injections have been shown to increase TB4 levels in treated subjects
True or false: Thymosin Alpha 1 has been shown to reduce mortality in the treatment of sepsis
Although multiple dosing regimens have been studied with TA1, an accepted dosing regimen in cancer management is:
A suggested dosing regimen for PNC 27 is:
VIP for autoimmune diseases is usually dosed at:
An acceptable TB4 dose is:
Although no formal GHK-cu dosing for cancer has been established, anecdotal results have been observed at: