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khadija
11-06-2006, 12:02 PM
hi,
I want to get you attention to the chemistry web site that fizzbizzz has posted, I couldn't open it for long time that I gave up, till last 2 days.
It is very good web site and it want take long time to go through it about 2 days, so please take a time and read it .it has every thing concerning chemistry.

www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html#Introduction (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html#Introduction)

follow the instruction to open it inside the website.

thanks again to Fizzbizz, she is doing tremondous job.

ryn
11-06-2006, 06:33 PM
Fizzbizz,

Keep up the good work.
U have our blessing. :)



hi,
I want to get you attention to the chemistry web site that fizzbizzz has posted, I couldn't open it for long time that I gave up, till last 2 days.
It is very good web site and it want take long time to go through it about 2 days, so please take a time and read it .it has every thing concerning chemistry.

www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html#Introduction (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html#Introduction)

follow the instruction to open it inside the website.

thanks again to Fizzbizz, she is doing tremondous job.

lite
11-06-2006, 06:53 PM
dear sis
i`m pretty sure the web site is perfect cuz i`ve been reading your replys since ever :tup:
but i don`t know why it `s not opening ????? :mad:
does any have any clue .. i really to read this material since i`m didn`t read it from cpr ..

fizzbizz
11-06-2006, 06:59 PM
guess many people are finding difficulty opening the 2nd link
so hope this helps:
www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html#Introduction (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html#Introduction)
Available and Planned Tutorials
All of these tutorials have been converted to DHTML language, meaning that unlike the course specific ones, these do not require the Neuron plug-in. Additionally, they should be MAC accessible via either Internet Explorer or Netscape. Please note: These DHTML versions REQUIRE that your internet browser allows “pop-ups”! Therefore, you may need to change your settings to temporarily allowing pop-ups in order to view these tutorials.
this means that when u click on the links like this one
Functional Group Quiz (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/functional_group_quiz/index.html)
a new window will pop up on ur desk top and in that window this quiz will run
if hte window does not open then u may b behind a firewall so u have to go in ur firewall software and allow pop ups for this website. tell me if this helps
thanks
bye


are u guys still unable to open them hten mayb khadija can help as she cracked the mystery ..khadija were u able to open med chem also . i have downloaded the plugin but whenever i try to open the windows like diuretics, nsaaids etc the system gets
hung:wallbash:
so sofar i have been able to open and reaad med chem basics which are sooo good. gavwe me a nice revision

fizzbizz
11-06-2006, 07:28 PM
hey guys i just put my firewal setting to low or trust (its mcafee). then i dowloaded the neuron 7.1x again and then acc to instructions on the website put it in unsecure mode and the medchem tutorials are coming[banana]
http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/index.html
i think the professor is great for making his hard work free online. the med chem is really good fro revision i am gonna revise cpr and then do each topic here inshallah
have to complete my ceutics and kinetics today

Ohm
11-07-2006, 01:06 AM
Hello Friends

Check the below website for medicinal chemistry.

http://connection.lww.com/products/foye/samplequiz.asp

I found it is good. Wish you all very best.

Best Regards

Ohm

Ohm
11-07-2006, 02:05 AM
Hi Fizzbizz

I still have difficulty opening the links, is there any other way you can suggest me to open those website. Thank you very much. Wish you all the best.

Best Regards

Ohm

kavee
11-07-2006, 03:41 AM
Even I am having difficulty opening it:rolleyes:

khadija
11-07-2006, 03:48 AM
[quote=fizzbizz;390008]guess many people are finding difficulty opening the 2nd link
so hope this helps:
www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html#Introduction (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html#Introduction)
Available and Planned Tutorials
All of these tutorials have been converted to DHTML language, meaning that unlike the course specific ones, these do not require the Neuron plug-in. Additionally, they should be MAC accessible via either Internet Explorer or Netscape. Please note: These DHTML versions REQUIRE that your internet browser allows “pop-ups”! Therefore, you may need to change your settings to temporarily allowing pop-ups in order to view these tutorials.
this means that when u click on the links like this one
Functional Group Quiz (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/functional_group_quiz/index.html)
a new window will pop up on ur desk top and in that window this quiz will run
if hte window does not open then u may b behind a firewall so u have to go in ur firewall software and allow pop ups for this website. tell me if this helps
thanks
bye


are u guys still unable to open them hten mayb khadija can help as she cracked the mystery ..khadija were u able to open med chem also . i have downloaded the plugin but whenever i try to open the windows like diuretics, nsaaids etc the system gets
hung:wallbash:
so sofar i have been able to open and reaad med chem basics which are sooo good. gavwe me a nice revision

I could open the pharm chemistry basics I just like you told me unblocked the popup . I haven't seen any diuretics or NSAIDs in this web site

khadija
11-07-2006, 03:55 AM
sis, Im tolking about the very first website that i posted from you , I see that you have posted the home page of the website that im using ONLY for chemistry basics. I also couldn't open the rest of the tutorial that you have just send.
correction im tolking about the pharmchemistry part of the website I gave the link at the begining.
regards

fizzbizz
11-07-2006, 08:23 AM
http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/index.html
click on this
n order to view the tutorials, it is necessary that the plugin, Neuron, version 7.1x be properly installed on your computer. This plugin works with both Netscape Navigator/Communicator and Microsoft Internet Explorer and allows you to run ToolBook files without purchasing or installing other ToolBook software. Neuron is available free of charge from Click 2 Learn (formerly Asymetrix) and can be directly downloaded from this page.


Download Neuron 7.1x here (http://www.home.duq.edu/~harrold/neuron.exe)
Remember where you saved the file. Once the download is finished, go to the folder that contains neuron.exe. Double click the file icon to install Neuron 7.1x. A program folder will automatically be created for you.
Once the plugin is installed, it must be set in Non-secure Mode in order for the tutorials to load correctly. This mode allows all functions of the ToolBook tutorials to to load correctly and run correctly. This mode allows all functions of the ToolBook tutorials to run. The "Secure mode" has only limited functionality and WILL NOT work with these tutorials. If you like, you can also use "Secure Mode-Confirm". This will ask you to choose between Secure and Non-Secure Mode EVERYTIME you load a tutorial. The author finds this annoying; however, it is an option if you wish to use it.
To set the plugin in Non-secure mode, select "Start" (bottom left-hand corner of screen) followed by "Programs", "Asymetrix Learning Systems", "ToolBook II Neuron 7", and "Non-secure Mode" (or "Secure Mode-Confirm").

the ones khadija has seen are:
Basic Concepts Tutorials


Basic Concepts in Medicinal Chemistry (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/basic_concepts_index.html)
This will link you to a series of tutorials which review the basic medicinal chemistry concepts that govern drug action. They should be used as needed to review concepts which may have been forgotten.the ones abt med chem are:
Medicinal Chemistry Tutorials for Specific Drug Classes and PHBMS Modules
For each of the drug classes listed below, questions have been developed to explore (when appropriate) receptor binding, mechanism of action, metabolism, SAR, toxicity, and background information on the disease state. Questions have been written from a medicinal chemistry perspective (as you might imagine!).
Tutorials for PHBMS 422 (Neuro/Psych Module):
<LI class=MsoNormal style="mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto; mso-list: l4 level1 lfo3; tab-stops: list .5in">Non-Steroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) and related agents (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/nsaids.html)
Includes salicylates, fenamates, 3,5-pyrazolidinediones, arylacetic acids, acetaminophen, and some DMARDs.

Opioids (http://www.home.duq.edu/~harrold/opioids.html)
Includes discussions of morphine, morphine analogs, partial and full antagonists as well as other opioid subclassifications.
Tutorials for PHBMS 423 (GI/Rheum/Inflam Module):

Prostaglandins and Leukotrienes (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/prostaglandins.html)
Includes nomenclature, biosynthesis, metabolism, therapeutic uses, and inhibitors
Agents for the Treatment of Gout (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/gout.html)
Includes questions regarding uric acid, colchicine, uricosuric agents, and allopurinol.
Histamine, Antihistamines, and Agents for Peptic Ulcer Disorder (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/histamine_etc.html)
Includes histamine, the various chemical classes of H-1 antagonists, H-2 antagonists, proton pump inhibitors, and alpha glucosidase inhibitors.Tutorials for PHBMS 424 (Cardiovascular Module):

Antihyperlipidemic Agents (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/antihyperlipidemics.html)
Includes endogenous and exogenous pathways of cholesterol transport, HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, bile acid sequestrants, and fibrates.
Antianginal Agents (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/antianginal.html)
Includes organic nitrates, calcium channel blockers, and a few miscellaneous agents
Cardiac Glycosides (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/cardiac_glycosides.html)
Primarily discusses the differences between digoxin, digitoxin, and the lanatosides. Additional positive inotropic agents are briefly discussed.<LI class=MsoNormal style="mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto; mso-list: l5 level1 lfo10; tab-stops: list .5in">Diuretics (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/diuretics.html)
Includes osmotic diuretics, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, thiazides, loop diuretics, and potassium-sparing diuretics.
<LI class=MsoNormal style="mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto; mso-list: l5 level1 lfo10; tab-stops: list .5in">Inhibitors of the Renin-Angiotensin Pathway (http://www.home.duq.edu/~harrold/renin-angiotensin_agents.html)
Includes angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin II receptor antagonists.

Anticoagulants, Antithrombotics, and Related Agents (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/anticoagulants_and_related_agents.html)
Includes questions for the coagulation cascade, oral and parenteral anticoagulants, antithrombotic agents, thrombolytic agents and those agents used to reverse the actions of these compounds.Tutorials for PHBMS 425 (Endocrine Module):

Steroid Nomenclature, Identification, and SAR (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/steroid_ID_and_SAR.html)
This tutorial currently contains two chapters: (1) a review of steroid numbering, ring junctures, and nomenclature, and (2) a stepwise process by which to identify endogenous steroids and the aglycone portion of a cardiac glycosides. Future chapters will include SAR for oral bioavailability, parenteral use, separation of anabolic and androgenic effects, and separation of glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid activity.
Adrenocortical Steroids (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/adrenocorticoids.html)
This tutorial examines ACTH, the SAR for glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids, iatrogenic adrenal insufficiency, inhibitors of steroid biosynthesis, and a cursory overview of identifying steroids.Tutorials for PHBMS 426 (Infectious Disease Module):

Answers to the Study Guide Questions (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/426_study_guide.html)
This contains the questions and answers to the study guide distributed with the notes for PHBMS 426. It does not include all classes of antibiotics but does contain questions and explanations for sulfonamides, beta-lactams, aminoglycosides, and tetracyclines.<LI class=MsoNormal style="mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto; mso-list: l14 level1 lfo14; tab-stops: list .5in">Antitubercular Agents (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/anti_tb.html)
This tutorial contains summary reviews of first-line agents for the treatment of tuberculosis. This includes isoniazid, ethambutol, rifampin, and pyrazinamide. Also included is a five question quiz regarding these agents. Students in the authors course are responsible for reviewing this tutorial prior to the examination which includes these agents.

Antiviral Agents (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/antivirals.html)
This tutorial contains three sections: (1) a review of the viral replication cycle as well as the basic concepts of DNA and RNA replication and transcription; (2) overviews of specific compounds and classes of compounds; and (3) review questions pertaining to both lecture material as well as the first two sections of the tutorial.Tutorials for PHBMS 427 (Pulmonary/Oncology Module)
<LI class=MsoNormal style="mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto; mso-list: l8 level1 lfo15; tab-stops: list .5in">Introduction to Antineoplastic Agents and Alkylating Agents (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/antineoplastic_agents_intro.html)
This tutorial reviews the nomenclature for antimetabolites as well as the mechanism of action and some SAR of alkylating agents.

Summary Sheets for Antineoplastic Agents (http://www-home.cr.duq.edu/~harrold/427_summary_sheets.html)
This tutorial contains summations of the mechanisms of action and mechanisms of resistance for alkylating agents, antimetabolites, and intercalating agents.
for viewing these tutorials the plug in hass to b downloaded as instructed abovealso u shud allow pop ups from this website
hope this helps guys thats all i cud do ..sorry:rolleyes: