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1. The mode of action of polymyxin is to

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A : inhibit protein synthesis

B : inhibit DNA synthesis

C : injury to the plasma membrane

D : inhibit folic acid synthesis

2. Which of the following is not an example of potent antitumer agents?

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A : Anthramycin

B : Sibromycin

C : Neothramycin

D : Erythromycin

3. The most selective antibiotics are those that interfere with the synthesis of

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A : bacterial DNA

B : bacterial RNA

C : bacterial cell walls

D : bacterial plasma membrane

4. A parenteral route of drug administration refers to

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A : oral

B : nonoral

C : intravenously

D : intramuscularly

5. With which of the following aminoglycosides interfere?

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A : Protein synthesis

B : DNA function

C : Cell wall synthesis

D : Cell membrane function

6. More promising chemotherapeutic agents for treating viral diseases is

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A : leukocytic interferon

B : fibroblast interferon

C : interferon

D : nystatin

7. Which of the antibiotic is not used as a food preservative?

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A : Pimaricin

B : Nisin

C : Tylosin

D : ?-lactam antibiotic

8. A broad-spectrum antibiotic such as chloramphenicol is one that

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A : kills both Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria

B : kills all bacteria

C : kills numerous types of microbes

D : kills all microorganisms

9. Quinolones are

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A : antimetabolites

B : penicillin derivatives

C : bacteriostatic

D : broad-spectrum

10. Interference mechanism of ciprofloxacin and norfloxacin is due to their action on

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A : cell wall synthesis

B : cell membrane function

C : DNA function

D : protein synthesis

1. Which of the following antibiotics can't be used for treatment of infections with ?-lactamase-producing Staphylococcus aureus ?

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A : Vancomycin

B : Ampicillin/sulbactam

C : Cephalothin

D : Piperacillin

2. The penicillin stable in gastric acid and suitable for oral administration is

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A : methicillin

B : carbenicillin

C : closacillin

D : pencillin-G

3. Which of the following group is not the carbohydrate containing antibiotic?

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A : Streptomycin & Streptothricin

B : Vancomycin & Moenomycin

C : Everninomycin & Nogirimycin

D : Erythromycin & candicidin

4. Chelate forming peptide antibiotic are/is

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A : bleomycins

B : sideromycins

C : both (a) and (b)

D : vancomycin

5. The nitrofurans differ from the antibiotics in that they

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A : do not occur naturally

B : occur naturally

C : are antimicrobial drugs

D : all of these

6. Amphotericin B and polymyxin interfere with

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A : cell wall synthesis

B : protein synthesis

C : cell membrane function

D : DNA function

7. Which of the following is not ?-lactamase-resistant penicillin?

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A : Oxacillin

B : Nafcillin

C : Carbenicillin

D : Methicillin

8. The antibiotics not having good activity against Enterobacteriaceae is

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A : clindamycin

B : cefoxitin

C : trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole

D : ciprofloxacin

9. Which of the following tests is used to determine the minimal lethal concentration?

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A : Broth dilution test

B : Agar dilution test

C : Dilution susceptibility tests

D : All of these

10. Novobiocin can be used against

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A : gram +ve Staphylococci

B : gram -ve Meningococci & Gonococci

C : Haemophilus

D : all of these

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