Set 7 Vit E,Vit K Thiamin,Niacin

1.A mineral that decreases the requirement of Vit E isium
a) Copper
b) Iron
c) Selenium
d) Chrom

2.Hemolytic anaemia is associated with which vitamin toxicity
a) Vit E ***Vit E Deficiency causes Hemolytic anaemia
b) Vit K
c) Vit C
d) Thiamin

3.Synthetic water soluble vitamin classified as a Lipid soluble Vitamin is …Vit K3/Menadione
4.Tocopheroxyl radical is reduced back to Tocopherol by

a) Beta Carotene
b) Vit D
c) Vit C
d) Niacin

5.The vitamin K obtained from plant sources is……Phylloquinone……
6.Thiamin deficiency causes neuropathy due to
a) It inactivates chloride channel in the nerve membrane
b) It dephosphorylates chloride channel
c) It has no role in nerve conduction
d) It phosphorylate chloride channel in the nerve membrane

7.Which of the following is a Vit E deficiency manifestation

a) Visual defects
b) Spinocerebellar ataxia
c) Brochopulmonary dysplasia
d) Retrolental fibroplasias

8.Thiamin deficiency disorder where heart failure and metabolic abnormalities predominates is……Shoshin…….beri
9.Vitamin E is present in
a) Coconut oil
b) Fish oil
c) Palm oil
d) Wheat germ oil

10.In a chronic alcoholic there is deficiency of which enzyme?
a) Alcohol dehydrogenase
b) Pyruvate Dehydrogenase
c) Lactate Dehydrogenase
d) Isocitrate dehydrogenase

11.Niacin can be synthesized from ……Trp…(amino acid)
12.Which of the following is a NADPH utilising reaction?

a) G6PD
b) PDH
c) Glutathione Reductase
d) Cytoplasmic Isocitrate Dehydrogenase

13.Conditions associated with Pellagra like symptoms are all EXCEPT

a) Hartnup’s Disease
b) Carcinoid Disease
c) Vitamin B6 deficiency
d) Pheochromocytoma

14.Niacin toxicity causes all

a) Cutaneous flushing
Fulminant hepatitis
b) Fulminant hepatitis
c) Impaired GTT
d) Hypouricemia

15.Mitochondrial Glycerol 3 PO4 require

a) NAD+
b) NADP+ *Cytoplasmic require NAD+.Also see Glycerophosphate Shuttle diagram then it will be clear
c) FMN
d) FAD+

16.The vitamin that act as lipid antioxidant to trap peroxy radical of PUFA is

a) Tocopherol
b) Naphthaquinone
c) Menadione
d) Retinoids