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GPAT-2013 PAPER

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1. Heckel’s plot represents .....................
(a) Extent of plastic and elastic deformation of material during compaction
(b) Force-time of force-displacement relationship
(c) Pressure-porosity (volume) relationship
(d) Stress relaxation measurements

2. Which of the following would cause increase in the binding strength at the dry granulation process in significant degree
(a) Carboxymethylamylopectiglycolate
(b) Macrogol 4000
(c) Magnesium Stearate
(d) Lactose

3. The correct statements concerning concertation microencapsulation
(1) Concertation always leads to monophasic microcapsule
(2) When the gelatin is used for microcapsule’s wall material, the concertation is bound to happen
(3) Only gelatin can be used for microcapsule’s wall
(4) Simple or compound concertation can be distinguished according to the number of macromolecular colloids taking part in the process
(5) The pH conditions of the system and the solubility of the auxiliary materials do not have any effect on the preparation of the microcapsule
(a) Only 1 and 4 are correct (b) Only 2 and 3 are correct
(c) Only 1 and 5 are correct (d) Only 2 and 4 are correct

4. Cyclohexanone exhibits only ................. peaks in 13CNMR spectrum due to symmetry
(a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

5. If an organic compound does not absorb UV visible radiation it means compound does not contain .....................
(a) Single bond
(b) Sigma bond
(c) Conjugated double bond
(d) Dative bond

6. The positively polarized carbon atom of a carbonyl group acts as............
(a) An electrophile and a lewis base
(b) A nucleophile and a lewis acid
(c) A nucleophile and a lewis base
(d) An electrophile and a lewis acid

7. The Pinene hydrochloride rearranged into bornylterpenoid is called as.............
(a) Wagner-Meerwein rearrangement
(b) A nucleophile and a lewis acid
(c) Fries rearrangements
(d) Backmann rearrangement

8. The mouse model for type I diabetes mellitus is......................
(a) NZB mouse
(b) SCID mouse
(c) Nude mouse
(d) NOD mouse

9. Cholesterol contributors to ...................... Of the biological membrane
(a) Rigidity
(b) Fluidity
(c) Permeability
(d) Osmolality

10. Active site for all serine proteases consists of which triad
(a) Ser-Glu-Asp
(b) Ser-Glu-Met
(c) Ser-His-Asp
(d) Ala-Glu-Met

11. ______________, Anthelmintics having Immunosuppressant activity.
(a) Piperazine  (b) Levamisole (c) Ivermectin (d) Niclosamide

12. Which of the following is selective alpha 2 selective antagonist
(a) Clonidine (b) Prozocin (c) Phentalamine (d) Yohimbine

13. Which one of the following in NOT a protoplast fusion agent
(a) Incacitivated Sendai Virus (b) Ca++ at alkaline pH (c) Polythelen glycol (d) Coltchicine

14. Clinically used Labetolol is ..............
(a) S, S (b) R, R (c) R, S (d) S, R

15. For intramuscular injection, angle of administration is................ Degree
(a) 30 (b) 45 (c) 60 (d) 90

 

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