The term "target molecules or drug targets" is used in medicinal chemistry, which means

1. Key molecules involved in certain metabolic pathways that result in specific diseases.
2. Key molecules involved in certain catabolic pathways that result in specific diseases.
3. Key molecules involved in certain anabolic pathways that result in specific diseases.
4. None of the above.

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The macromolecules that are chosen as drug targets are -

1. Only lipids, proteins.

2. Only carbohydrates, lipids.

3. Only proteins, and nucleic acids.

4. Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.

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Medicines should not be taken without consulting doctors because : 

1. A medicine can bind to more than one receptor site.
2. The medicine may be toxic for some receptor sites.
3. Medicines cause harmful effects when taken in higher doses than recommended.
4. All of the above.
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The term chemotherapy means -

1. Use of chemicals for diagnosis.

2. Use of chemicals for prevention.

3. Use of chemicals for the treatment of diseases.

4. All of the above.

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Forces that are involved in holding the drug to the active site of the enzyme are-

1. Ionic bonding

2. Hydrogen bonding

3. Dipole-dipole interaction

4. All of the above

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Antacids and antiallergic drugs interfere with the function of histamines but do not interfere with the function of each other because:

1. Antacids and anti-allergic drugs work on the same receptors.
2. Antacids and anti-allergic drugs work on different receptors.
3. Antacids and anti-allergic drugs work on different organs.
4. Antacids and anti-allergic drugs work on the same organs.
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The main constituents of Dettol are:

1. Chloroxylenol and α-terpineol.

2. Toluene and phenol.

3. Aniline and benzene.

4. None of the above.

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Artificial sweetening agents are:

1. Chemicals that sweeten food and do not add calories to our body.
2. Chemicals that sweeten food and add calories to our body.
3. Chemicals that do not sweeten food and do not add calories to our body.
4. Chemicals that do not sweeten food and add calories to our body.
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Alitame should be avoided as an artificial sweetener because -

1. It adds calories.

2. It is required in higher quantities.

3. It gives a peculiar smell.

4. It is difficult to control the sweetness.

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Choose the correct statement:

1. Detergents that can not be degraded by bacteria are called biodegradable detergents.
2. Biodegradable detergents have straight hydrocarbon chains.
3. Detergents that can be degraded by bacteria are called non-biodegradable detergents.
4. Biodegradable detergents have highly branched hydrocarbon chains.
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