(Pharmacology) - Cytotoxic theory and Hallmarks of Cancer

July 30, 2016 User 5

See below for contents:

Selective toxicity of drugs
Biochemical reactions as drug targets
DNA and RNA viruses
Folate synthesis
Antimetabolites
Antimicrobial MOA outlines
Mechanisms for Bacterial resistance
Anticancer drugs brief
7 hallmarks of cancers
Causes of cancer
Cell cycle (including cyclins and CDKs)
6 things leading to uncontrolled proliferation of cells

A video, many small tests (that will only work if viewed in Powerpoint due to animations), a plethora of pictures and colour that keeps it feeling fresh.
If anyone is wondering what I mean by 'I make my own lecture slides' then this is what I mean, and it takes me many hours. I have more like this also.


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