chem project

chem project

Published on 28 January 2022
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Tylonal/Acedamediphen
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By Alex Olsen
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Acetaminophen is a pain reliever and fever reducer. It is thought to work to relieve minor aches and pains by elevating the body's overall pain threshold.
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It has  1 Nitrogen  2 Hydrogens 
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the serine amino acid reacts with are molecule
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Acetaminophen 3D model 
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Are molecule has 9 Hydrogens 8 carbons  2 oxygen 1 Nitrogen  
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acetaminophen blocks cyclooxygenase (COX) enzymes. These help to not release prostaglandins,
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it can be produced in the body, including the brain but an external supply from the diet is essential in maintaining
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L-serine is an amino acid essential for the synthesis of phosphatidylserine
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There are 11 non-H bond(s), 7 multiple bond(s), 1 rotatable bond(s), 1 double bond(s), 6 aromatic bond(s), 1 six-membered ring(s), 1 secondary amide(s) (aliphatic) and 1 aromatic hydroxyl(s).
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Acetaminophen is extensively metabolized by the liver via three main hepatic pathways: -glucuronidation, -sulfation,  -CYP450 2E1 oxidation
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Acetaminophen has similar analgesic and antipyretic properties to nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), which act via inhibition of cyclooxygenase enzymes.
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Serine is an amino acid. An amino acid is a building block for protein . Serine comes in two forms: L-serine and D-serine. D-serine can be made in the body from L-serine
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These are your pain receptors when Tylenol has been deployed
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