Flashcards in DRUG INTERACTIONS WITH RECEPTORS AND ION CHANNELS Deck (36):
1 - NACHR agonist.
2 - inactive negative isomer has no affinity.
1 - Targets the A1 receptor linked to the Kach channel by inhibiting adenylyl cyclase and hence increasing K efflux.
2 - slows HR
3 - can terminate some dysrhythmias
3 - inhibits renin release via A1R.
1 - MACHR anatagonist nonselective
2 - sympathomimetic effects as it inhibits parasympathetics
3 - tertiary ammonium
4 - from deadly nightshade
5 - mydriasis (dilates pupils)
6 - prolonged action (1 hr ish)
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1 - Dihydropyridine (DHP) calcium agonist.
2 - highly lipid soluble - aromatic.
3 - accesses Ca channel via lipid phase of the membrane.
4 - favours mode 2 channel gating - prolonged opening.
5 - opens L type Ca channels.
1 - irreversible alkylates the MACHR. sympathomimetic.
2 - an ethylamine
1 - ester local anaesthetic . uncharged so rate and extent of block are independent of pH.
2 - long lasting.
1 - a neurotoxin of the taiwanese banded Krait. irreversibly inhibits the NACHR causing paralysis, respiratory failure and death.
1 - ADP-ribsoylates Gαs, inhibits GTPase hence prolonged activation.
1 - Progestagen (progesterone) antagonist
2 - modified derivative of testosterone.
3 - initially used to treat endometriosis (cells from the lining of the uterus (endometrium) appear and flourish outside the uterine cavity, most commonly on the peritoneum which lines the abdominal cavity)
4 - causes decreased secretion of estradiol
1 - opens pd sensitive K channel
2 - inhibits insulin release so not only used to treat hypertension (but only in a hypertensive emergency) but also hypoglycaemia as a result of an insulinoma.
1 - blocks L type Ca channel but distinct site to DHP. enhances their binding.
2 - greater use dependence and more prolonged than DHPs.
3 - preferential to cardiac hence antidysrhytmic (type 4), Acts preferentially at the nodes where the AP depends upon the L and T type current hence slowing conduction.
4 - a benzothiazepine.
5 - more effect on S.M. than verapamil.
6 - well absorbed by GI, extensively metabolised.
7 - side effects - flushing and headache,
1 - NACHR antagonist
2 - active ingredient of curare
1 - estrogen (estradiol) agonist.
2 - orally bioactive and used in many combined oral contraceptive pills
1 - Mineralocorticoid (aldosterone) agonist.
2 - replace aldosterone in adrenal insufficiency ie addisons and congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
1 - closes Katp channel via sulphylurea receptor.
2 - orally acting hypoglycaemic used to treat T2D.
3 - weight gain side effect. well absorbed. excreted so action enhanced in elderly.
1 - β-adrenoceptor agonist
2 - inactive d isomer has affinity
2 - treat bradycardia
1 - local anaesthetic, pd gated Na channels.
2 - pKa 8-9
3 - stabilises inactivated state by blocking channel
4 - an amineester
5 - neutral crosses membrane, protonated form blocks.
6 - inhibits C and Aδ fibres first
7 - use dependent for high rates of stimulation. class 1b antidysrhythmic w/ v.fast association/dissociation.
8 - neuropathic pain.
9 - amides metabolised in the liver.
10 - increases proportion of inactive channels at any pd.
1 - noncompetitively inhibits phosphatase for IP1 to inositol and hence blocks inositol recycling. imp in brain as no uptake of I through BBB
2 - used to treat manic depression
1 - Glucocorticoid (cortisol) antagonist
also a progesterone antagonist so used as an abortifacient in first 49 days.
1 - pd gated K channel opener.
2 - vasodilate hence hypertension.
3 - side effect of hirsutism, hence treat alopecia.
1 - MACHR agonist
2 - from fly agaric mushroom
1 - pd sensitive K channel opener.
2 - also NO donor.
3 - vasodilate to treat angina (and hypertension).
1 - NACHR antagonist
1 - DHP L type antagonist.
2 - aromatic, highly lipid soluble, accesses channel via lipid phase.
3 - favours mode 0, closed.
4 - Causes peripheral and coronary vasodilation hence treats hypertension and angina.
5 - causes reflex tachycardia.
6 - more active on vascular Ca channels as inactive channels dominate due to the less negative resting pd.
7 - usually combined with a β blocker to combat reflex tachycardia.
1 - progestagen (progesterone) agonist.
2 - some contraceptives. to treat painful/irregular/heavy periods
ADP-ribosylates Gαi inhibiting its action.
1 - Glucocorticoid (cortisol) agonist
2 - to treat a wide range of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases by modulate transcription for various genes inc reducing COX-2 cytokines, iNOS and cell adhesion molecules.
1 - ester local anaesthetic pKa 8-9
2 - broken down by BuChE
3 - inhibit C and Aδ fibres first
1 - intermediate rate of association/ dissociation.
2 - stereoisomer of quinine.
3 - class 1a antidysrhythmic (first group classified hence nomenclature), increases AP duration.
1 - quaternary amine local anaesthetic. pd gated Na channel blocker.
2 - charged so cant cross membrane.
3 - amides metabolised in liver.
Mineralocorticoid (aldosterone) competitive antagonist. also antiandrogenic.
2 - primary use as a potassium sparing diuretic.
1 - estrogen (estradiol) antagonist.
2 - treat braest cancer
1 - toxin with guanidinium groups. blocks pd gated Na channels from the outside.
2 - no use dependence.
3 - from japanese pufferfish.
4 - works exclusively from the extracellular side.
1 - closes Katp via sulphonylurea R.
2 - orally acting. depolarises pancreatic beta cell, opens pd gated Ca channel, Ca in causes exocytosis.
1 - inhibit tyrosine kinases, interest in controlling neoplasic growth.
ie imatinib for chronic myelogenous leukaemia.