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Curriculum | Inorganic Special -VI (Code-09040403) | Fourth Sem | Master of Chemistry

Curriculum

Inorganic Special -VI  (Code-09040403)

S.N/Unit Topic Learning objectives Teaching Guidelines Methodology Time (Hours)
1 Study of the role of Metals in Medicine Biochemical bases of essential metal deficient diseases To cover Biochemical bases of essential metal deficient diseases; Iron, Copper and Zinc deficiencies and their therapies;Carcinogens and carcinostatic agents;Zinc in tumour growth and inhibition; Anticancer activity and mechanism of Platinum complexes; Anticancer activity of Rhodium, Copper and Gold complexes;  Anti cancer activity of Selenium;   Antibacterial and antiviral properties of metal complexes; Polyamino carboxylic acids and polyethylene amines as chelating drugs Conventional 16
Iron, Copper and Zinc deficiencies and their therapies Conventional
Carcinogens and carcinostatic agents Conventional
Zinc in tumour growth and inhibition Conventional
Anticancer activity and mechanism of Platinum complexes Conventional
Anticancer activity of Rhodium, Copper and Gold complexes Conventional
Anti cancer activity of Selenium Conventional
Antibacterial and antiviral properties of metal complexes Conventional
Polyamino carboxylic acids and polyethylene amines as chelating drugs Conventional
           
2 Study of miscellaneous applications of Inorganic compounds as medicines: Drugs in hypo and hyper activity of thyroids To cover Drugs in hypo and hyper activity of thyroids; Inorganic drugs in dental carriers; Clinical disorders of alkali and alkaline earth metals and their remedies; Lithium drugs in psychiatry Conventional 7
Inorganic drugs in dental carriers Conventional
Clinical disorders of alkali and alkaline earth metals and their remedies Conventional
Lithium drugs in psychiatry Conventional
Study of heavy metals in Biological systems Toxicity of heavy metals– and their detoxification To cover Toxicity of heavy metals– and their detoxification; The role of Selenium in Biological systems with reference to its essentiality and toxicity;The mechanism of metal ion induced toxicity; The interaction between orally administered drugs and metal ions in gut Conventional 7
The role of Selenium in Biological systems with reference to its essentiality and toxicity Conventional
The mechanism of metal ion induced toxicity Conventional
The interaction between orally administered drugs and metal ions in gut Conventional
3 Study of Ligand Therapy Ligand induced toxicity To cover Ligand induced toxicity;Interference with haemoglobin in oxygen transport system;  Intefererence with metallo-enzymes; The beneficial effects of ligand chelation;Carcinogenic ligands and carcinostatic ligands;  Alkylating agents and Thiosemicarbazones as anticancer drugs;Macrocyclic antibiotic ligands and probable mechanism of the drug;  The antiviral activity of chelating agents and aspirin chelation ; Drugs where chelation and therapeutic activity are unrelated Conventional 15
Interference with haemoglobin in oxygen transport system Conventional
Intefererence with metallo-enzymes Conventional
The beneficial effects of ligand chelation Conventional
Carcinogenic ligands and carcinostatic ligands Conventional
Alkylating agents and Thiosemicarbazones as anticancer drugs Conventional
Macrocyclic antibiotic ligands and probable mechanism of the drug Conventional
The antiviral activity of chelating agents and aspirin chelation Conventional
Drugs where chelation and therapeutic activity are unrelated Conventional
4 Study of Vitamins and their functions in general Vitamins;  their functions in general; and recommended dietary allowances To cover Vitamins;  their functions in general; and recommended dietary allowances ; Deficiencies and supplementations; Dietary miners – Calcium and vitamin D; Antioxidants and their health effects ; Biomineralisation Conventional 8
Deficiencies and supplementations Conventional
Dietary miners – Calcium and vitamin D Conventional
Antioxidants and their health effects Conventional
Biomineralisation Conventional
Study of Radiopharmacology Radiopharmacology and  nuclear medicines To cover Radiopharmacology and  nuclear medicines; RadioIodine -1 31 and Technetium – 99m; Gallium and Indium scan. Conventional 7
RadioIodine -1 31 and Technetium – 99m Conventional
Gallium and Indium scan. Conventional