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GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 1/4 
Q. 1 – Q. 10 carry one mark each & Q.11 - Q.20 carry two marks each. 
Q.1  To which one of the following classes of enzymes does chymotrypsin belong? 
(A) Oxidoreductase (B) Hydrolase (C) Transferase (D) Isomerase 
 
 
Q.2  The substrate saturation profile of an enzyme that follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics is 
depicted in the figure. What is the order of the reaction in the concentration range between 
0.8 to 1.4 M? 
 
 
(A) Zero (B) Fraction  (C) First  (D) Second   
 
 
Q.3  Which one of the following conformations of glucose is most stable? 
(A) Boat (B) Half Chair (C) Chair (D) Planar 
 
 
Q.4  Which one of the following profiles represent the phenomenon of cooperativity? 
 
 
 
 
Q.5  Which one of the following amino acids is responsible for the intrinsic fluorescence of 
proteins? 
(A) Pro (B) Met (C) His (D) Trp 
 
 
Q.6  The glycosylation of the proteins occurs in_____. 
(A) glyoxysomes (B) lysosomes 
(C) Golgi apparatus (D) plasma membrane 
 
0.2 0.6 0.4 1.0 0.8 1.2 1.4
5
10
15
20
25
30
[S] (M)
Initial velocity (M. min
-1
)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
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GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 1/4 
Q. 1 – Q. 10 carry one mark each & Q.11 - Q.20 carry two marks each. 
Q.1  To which one of the following classes of enzymes does chymotrypsin belong? 
(A) Oxidoreductase (B) Hydrolase (C) Transferase (D) Isomerase 
 
 
Q.2  The substrate saturation profile of an enzyme that follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics is 
depicted in the figure. What is the order of the reaction in the concentration range between 
0.8 to 1.4 M? 
 
 
(A) Zero (B) Fraction  (C) First  (D) Second   
 
 
Q.3  Which one of the following conformations of glucose is most stable? 
(A) Boat (B) Half Chair (C) Chair (D) Planar 
 
 
Q.4  Which one of the following profiles represent the phenomenon of cooperativity? 
 
 
 
 
Q.5  Which one of the following amino acids is responsible for the intrinsic fluorescence of 
proteins? 
(A) Pro (B) Met (C) His (D) Trp 
 
 
Q.6  The glycosylation of the proteins occurs in_____. 
(A) glyoxysomes (B) lysosomes 
(C) Golgi apparatus (D) plasma membrane 
 
0.2 0.6 0.4 1.0 0.8 1.2 1.4
5
10
15
20
25
30
[S] (M)
Initial velocity (M. min
-1
)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 2/4 
Q.7  Which one of the following properties of the myeloma cells is used in the hybridoma 
technology to generate monoclonal antibody?  
(A) lack of thymidylate synthase 
(B) over-expression of hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase 
(C) over-expression of inosine 5´-monophosphate cyclohydrolase 
(D) lack of hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase 
 
 
Q.8  The movement of protons through the FoF1-ATPase during mitochondrial respiration is 
required for ____  
(A) the increase in pH of mitochondrial matrix.  
(B) changing the conformation of FoF1-ATPase to expel the ATP. 
(C) importing Pi from inter membrane space. 
(D) decreasing the affinity of ADP to FoF1-ATPase. 
 
 
Q.9  The number of NADP
+
 molecules required to completely oxidize one molecule of glucose 
to CO2 through pentose phosphate pathway is ____ (correct to integer number). 
 
 
Q.10  Measurement of the absorbance of a solution containing NADH in a path length of 1cm 
cuvette at 340 nm shows the value of 0.31. The molar extinction coefficient of NADH is 
6200 M
-1
 cm
-1
. The concentration of NADH in the solution is ___ µM (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
Q. 11 – Q. 20 carry two marks each. 
 
Q.11  Among the reagents given below which one of the combination of reagents will NOT 
break the disulphide bonds in the immunoglobulin molecules?  
 
         (P) Reduced glutathione                  (Q) Dithiothritol 
         (R) Sodium dodecyl sulphate          (S) Methionine 
 
(A) R&S (B) P&R (C) P&S  (D) Q&R  
 
 
Q.12  Match the protein elution condition given in Group I with the appropriate chromatography 
matrices from Group II. 
 
 Group I  Group II 
P Increasing concentration of sodium chloride i Phenyl-Sepharose 
Q Increasing concentration of histidine ii Chromatofocusing 
R Decreasing concentration of ammonium sulphate iii DEAE-Sephacryl 
S Decreasing concentration of H
+
 iv Ni-NTA 
 
(A) P-iii; Q-iv; R-i; S-ii (B) P-ii; Q-iv; R-i; S-iii 
(C) P-i; Q-ii; R-iii; S-iv (D) P- iv; Q-ii; R-iii; S-i 
 
 
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GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 1/4 
Q. 1 – Q. 10 carry one mark each & Q.11 - Q.20 carry two marks each. 
Q.1  To which one of the following classes of enzymes does chymotrypsin belong? 
(A) Oxidoreductase (B) Hydrolase (C) Transferase (D) Isomerase 
 
 
Q.2  The substrate saturation profile of an enzyme that follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics is 
depicted in the figure. What is the order of the reaction in the concentration range between 
0.8 to 1.4 M? 
 
 
(A) Zero (B) Fraction  (C) First  (D) Second   
 
 
Q.3  Which one of the following conformations of glucose is most stable? 
(A) Boat (B) Half Chair (C) Chair (D) Planar 
 
 
Q.4  Which one of the following profiles represent the phenomenon of cooperativity? 
 
 
 
 
Q.5  Which one of the following amino acids is responsible for the intrinsic fluorescence of 
proteins? 
(A) Pro (B) Met (C) His (D) Trp 
 
 
Q.6  The glycosylation of the proteins occurs in_____. 
(A) glyoxysomes (B) lysosomes 
(C) Golgi apparatus (D) plasma membrane 
 
0.2 0.6 0.4 1.0 0.8 1.2 1.4
5
10
15
20
25
30
[S] (M)
Initial velocity (M. min
-1
)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 2/4 
Q.7  Which one of the following properties of the myeloma cells is used in the hybridoma 
technology to generate monoclonal antibody?  
(A) lack of thymidylate synthase 
(B) over-expression of hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase 
(C) over-expression of inosine 5´-monophosphate cyclohydrolase 
(D) lack of hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase 
 
 
Q.8  The movement of protons through the FoF1-ATPase during mitochondrial respiration is 
required for ____  
(A) the increase in pH of mitochondrial matrix.  
(B) changing the conformation of FoF1-ATPase to expel the ATP. 
(C) importing Pi from inter membrane space. 
(D) decreasing the affinity of ADP to FoF1-ATPase. 
 
 
Q.9  The number of NADP
+
 molecules required to completely oxidize one molecule of glucose 
to CO2 through pentose phosphate pathway is ____ (correct to integer number). 
 
 
Q.10  Measurement of the absorbance of a solution containing NADH in a path length of 1cm 
cuvette at 340 nm shows the value of 0.31. The molar extinction coefficient of NADH is 
6200 M
-1
 cm
-1
. The concentration of NADH in the solution is ___ µM (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
Q. 11 – Q. 20 carry two marks each. 
 
Q.11  Among the reagents given below which one of the combination of reagents will NOT 
break the disulphide bonds in the immunoglobulin molecules?  
 
         (P) Reduced glutathione                  (Q) Dithiothritol 
         (R) Sodium dodecyl sulphate          (S) Methionine 
 
(A) R&S (B) P&R (C) P&S  (D) Q&R  
 
 
Q.12  Match the protein elution condition given in Group I with the appropriate chromatography 
matrices from Group II. 
 
 Group I  Group II 
P Increasing concentration of sodium chloride i Phenyl-Sepharose 
Q Increasing concentration of histidine ii Chromatofocusing 
R Decreasing concentration of ammonium sulphate iii DEAE-Sephacryl 
S Decreasing concentration of H
+
 iv Ni-NTA 
 
(A) P-iii; Q-iv; R-i; S-ii (B) P-ii; Q-iv; R-i; S-iii 
(C) P-i; Q-ii; R-iii; S-iv (D) P- iv; Q-ii; R-iii; S-i 
 
 
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 3/4 
Q.13  Which one of the following is NOT a neurotransmitter? 
(A) Adrenaline (B) Glutamate (C) Histamine (D) Histidine 
 
 
Q.14  The type-II hypersensitivity reaction is mainly mediated by____.  
(A) IgE (B) IgM (C)  IgA (D) T cells 
 
 
Q.15  Which one the following reaction mechanisms drives the conversion of low energy 3-
phosphoglyceraldehyde to high energy 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate? 
(A) Oxidation without anhydride bond formation 
(B) Oxidation coupled with anhydride bond formation 
(C) Substrate level phosphorylation 
(D) Formation of carboxylate  
 
 
Q.16  A polymerase reaction is carried out for 10 cycles in a volume of 1 ml with 5 molecules of 
template DNA. Assuming that the efficiency of the reaction is 100 %, the number of 
molecules of DNA present in 100 ?l at the end of the reaction is ___ (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
Q.17  The secondary structure topology diagram of 400 amino acid long “ P rote in-X ” is depicted 
in the figure. The start and end amino acid residue numbers of each ?-helix are marked. 
The percentage (correct to integer number) of residues forming ?-helix is____. 
 
 
 
 
 
Q.18  An enzyme follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics with substrate S. The fraction of the 
maximum velocity (Vmax) will be observed with the substrate concentration [S] = 4Km is 
_____ (correct to one decimal place). (Km is Michaelis-Menten constant) 
 
 
Q.19  The mass spectrum of benzoic acid will generate the fragment as a base peak (100% 
relative abundance) of m/z (mass to charge ratio) at ____ (correct to integer number). 
 
 
 
 
 
 
N C
21 70 225 249 320 324
?-helix ?-helix ?-helix
1
400
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GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 1/4 
Q. 1 – Q. 10 carry one mark each & Q.11 - Q.20 carry two marks each. 
Q.1  To which one of the following classes of enzymes does chymotrypsin belong? 
(A) Oxidoreductase (B) Hydrolase (C) Transferase (D) Isomerase 
 
 
Q.2  The substrate saturation profile of an enzyme that follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics is 
depicted in the figure. What is the order of the reaction in the concentration range between 
0.8 to 1.4 M? 
 
 
(A) Zero (B) Fraction  (C) First  (D) Second   
 
 
Q.3  Which one of the following conformations of glucose is most stable? 
(A) Boat (B) Half Chair (C) Chair (D) Planar 
 
 
Q.4  Which one of the following profiles represent the phenomenon of cooperativity? 
 
 
 
 
Q.5  Which one of the following amino acids is responsible for the intrinsic fluorescence of 
proteins? 
(A) Pro (B) Met (C) His (D) Trp 
 
 
Q.6  The glycosylation of the proteins occurs in_____. 
(A) glyoxysomes (B) lysosomes 
(C) Golgi apparatus (D) plasma membrane 
 
0.2 0.6 0.4 1.0 0.8 1.2 1.4
5
10
15
20
25
30
[S] (M)
Initial velocity (M. min
-1
)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 2/4 
Q.7  Which one of the following properties of the myeloma cells is used in the hybridoma 
technology to generate monoclonal antibody?  
(A) lack of thymidylate synthase 
(B) over-expression of hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase 
(C) over-expression of inosine 5´-monophosphate cyclohydrolase 
(D) lack of hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase 
 
 
Q.8  The movement of protons through the FoF1-ATPase during mitochondrial respiration is 
required for ____  
(A) the increase in pH of mitochondrial matrix.  
(B) changing the conformation of FoF1-ATPase to expel the ATP. 
(C) importing Pi from inter membrane space. 
(D) decreasing the affinity of ADP to FoF1-ATPase. 
 
 
Q.9  The number of NADP
+
 molecules required to completely oxidize one molecule of glucose 
to CO2 through pentose phosphate pathway is ____ (correct to integer number). 
 
 
Q.10  Measurement of the absorbance of a solution containing NADH in a path length of 1cm 
cuvette at 340 nm shows the value of 0.31. The molar extinction coefficient of NADH is 
6200 M
-1
 cm
-1
. The concentration of NADH in the solution is ___ µM (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
Q. 11 – Q. 20 carry two marks each. 
 
Q.11  Among the reagents given below which one of the combination of reagents will NOT 
break the disulphide bonds in the immunoglobulin molecules?  
 
         (P) Reduced glutathione                  (Q) Dithiothritol 
         (R) Sodium dodecyl sulphate          (S) Methionine 
 
(A) R&S (B) P&R (C) P&S  (D) Q&R  
 
 
Q.12  Match the protein elution condition given in Group I with the appropriate chromatography 
matrices from Group II. 
 
 Group I  Group II 
P Increasing concentration of sodium chloride i Phenyl-Sepharose 
Q Increasing concentration of histidine ii Chromatofocusing 
R Decreasing concentration of ammonium sulphate iii DEAE-Sephacryl 
S Decreasing concentration of H
+
 iv Ni-NTA 
 
(A) P-iii; Q-iv; R-i; S-ii (B) P-ii; Q-iv; R-i; S-iii 
(C) P-i; Q-ii; R-iii; S-iv (D) P- iv; Q-ii; R-iii; S-i 
 
 
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 3/4 
Q.13  Which one of the following is NOT a neurotransmitter? 
(A) Adrenaline (B) Glutamate (C) Histamine (D) Histidine 
 
 
Q.14  The type-II hypersensitivity reaction is mainly mediated by____.  
(A) IgE (B) IgM (C)  IgA (D) T cells 
 
 
Q.15  Which one the following reaction mechanisms drives the conversion of low energy 3-
phosphoglyceraldehyde to high energy 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate? 
(A) Oxidation without anhydride bond formation 
(B) Oxidation coupled with anhydride bond formation 
(C) Substrate level phosphorylation 
(D) Formation of carboxylate  
 
 
Q.16  A polymerase reaction is carried out for 10 cycles in a volume of 1 ml with 5 molecules of 
template DNA. Assuming that the efficiency of the reaction is 100 %, the number of 
molecules of DNA present in 100 ?l at the end of the reaction is ___ (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
Q.17  The secondary structure topology diagram of 400 amino acid long “ P rote in-X ” is depicted 
in the figure. The start and end amino acid residue numbers of each ?-helix are marked. 
The percentage (correct to integer number) of residues forming ?-helix is____. 
 
 
 
 
 
Q.18  An enzyme follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics with substrate S. The fraction of the 
maximum velocity (Vmax) will be observed with the substrate concentration [S] = 4Km is 
_____ (correct to one decimal place). (Km is Michaelis-Menten constant) 
 
 
Q.19  The mass spectrum of benzoic acid will generate the fragment as a base peak (100% 
relative abundance) of m/z (mass to charge ratio) at ____ (correct to integer number). 
 
 
 
 
 
 
N C
21 70 225 249 320 324
?-helix ?-helix ?-helix
1
400
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 4/4 
Q.20  The standard free energy ? ? ?G´) values of reactions catalyzed by citrate lyase and citrate 
synthetase are -670 and -8192 cal/mol, respectively.  
 
 
 
The standard free energy (in cal/mol) of acetyl-CoA hydrolysis is ___ (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
 
END OF THE QUESTION PAPER 
Citrate Acetate + Oxaloacetate
Citrate lyase
?G
1
´ = -670 cal/mole
Acetyl-CoA  + Oxaloacetate + H
2
O Citrate + CoA
Citrate synthetase
?G
2
´ = -8192 cal/mole
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GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 1/4 
Q. 1 – Q. 10 carry one mark each & Q.11 - Q.20 carry two marks each. 
Q.1  To which one of the following classes of enzymes does chymotrypsin belong? 
(A) Oxidoreductase (B) Hydrolase (C) Transferase (D) Isomerase 
 
 
Q.2  The substrate saturation profile of an enzyme that follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics is 
depicted in the figure. What is the order of the reaction in the concentration range between 
0.8 to 1.4 M? 
 
 
(A) Zero (B) Fraction  (C) First  (D) Second   
 
 
Q.3  Which one of the following conformations of glucose is most stable? 
(A) Boat (B) Half Chair (C) Chair (D) Planar 
 
 
Q.4  Which one of the following profiles represent the phenomenon of cooperativity? 
 
 
 
 
Q.5  Which one of the following amino acids is responsible for the intrinsic fluorescence of 
proteins? 
(A) Pro (B) Met (C) His (D) Trp 
 
 
Q.6  The glycosylation of the proteins occurs in_____. 
(A) glyoxysomes (B) lysosomes 
(C) Golgi apparatus (D) plasma membrane 
 
0.2 0.6 0.4 1.0 0.8 1.2 1.4
5
10
15
20
25
30
[S] (M)
Initial velocity (M. min
-1
)
(A) (B) (C) (D)
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
[S]
v
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 2/4 
Q.7  Which one of the following properties of the myeloma cells is used in the hybridoma 
technology to generate monoclonal antibody?  
(A) lack of thymidylate synthase 
(B) over-expression of hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase 
(C) over-expression of inosine 5´-monophosphate cyclohydrolase 
(D) lack of hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyl transferase 
 
 
Q.8  The movement of protons through the FoF1-ATPase during mitochondrial respiration is 
required for ____  
(A) the increase in pH of mitochondrial matrix.  
(B) changing the conformation of FoF1-ATPase to expel the ATP. 
(C) importing Pi from inter membrane space. 
(D) decreasing the affinity of ADP to FoF1-ATPase. 
 
 
Q.9  The number of NADP
+
 molecules required to completely oxidize one molecule of glucose 
to CO2 through pentose phosphate pathway is ____ (correct to integer number). 
 
 
Q.10  Measurement of the absorbance of a solution containing NADH in a path length of 1cm 
cuvette at 340 nm shows the value of 0.31. The molar extinction coefficient of NADH is 
6200 M
-1
 cm
-1
. The concentration of NADH in the solution is ___ µM (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
Q. 11 – Q. 20 carry two marks each. 
 
Q.11  Among the reagents given below which one of the combination of reagents will NOT 
break the disulphide bonds in the immunoglobulin molecules?  
 
         (P) Reduced glutathione                  (Q) Dithiothritol 
         (R) Sodium dodecyl sulphate          (S) Methionine 
 
(A) R&S (B) P&R (C) P&S  (D) Q&R  
 
 
Q.12  Match the protein elution condition given in Group I with the appropriate chromatography 
matrices from Group II. 
 
 Group I  Group II 
P Increasing concentration of sodium chloride i Phenyl-Sepharose 
Q Increasing concentration of histidine ii Chromatofocusing 
R Decreasing concentration of ammonium sulphate iii DEAE-Sephacryl 
S Decreasing concentration of H
+
 iv Ni-NTA 
 
(A) P-iii; Q-iv; R-i; S-ii (B) P-ii; Q-iv; R-i; S-iii 
(C) P-i; Q-ii; R-iii; S-iv (D) P- iv; Q-ii; R-iii; S-i 
 
 
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 3/4 
Q.13  Which one of the following is NOT a neurotransmitter? 
(A) Adrenaline (B) Glutamate (C) Histamine (D) Histidine 
 
 
Q.14  The type-II hypersensitivity reaction is mainly mediated by____.  
(A) IgE (B) IgM (C)  IgA (D) T cells 
 
 
Q.15  Which one the following reaction mechanisms drives the conversion of low energy 3-
phosphoglyceraldehyde to high energy 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate? 
(A) Oxidation without anhydride bond formation 
(B) Oxidation coupled with anhydride bond formation 
(C) Substrate level phosphorylation 
(D) Formation of carboxylate  
 
 
Q.16  A polymerase reaction is carried out for 10 cycles in a volume of 1 ml with 5 molecules of 
template DNA. Assuming that the efficiency of the reaction is 100 %, the number of 
molecules of DNA present in 100 ?l at the end of the reaction is ___ (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
Q.17  The secondary structure topology diagram of 400 amino acid long “ P rote in-X ” is depicted 
in the figure. The start and end amino acid residue numbers of each ?-helix are marked. 
The percentage (correct to integer number) of residues forming ?-helix is____. 
 
 
 
 
 
Q.18  An enzyme follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics with substrate S. The fraction of the 
maximum velocity (Vmax) will be observed with the substrate concentration [S] = 4Km is 
_____ (correct to one decimal place). (Km is Michaelis-Menten constant) 
 
 
Q.19  The mass spectrum of benzoic acid will generate the fragment as a base peak (100% 
relative abundance) of m/z (mass to charge ratio) at ____ (correct to integer number). 
 
 
 
 
 
 
N C
21 70 225 249 320 324
?-helix ?-helix ?-helix
1
400
GATE 2018                                                                                                                                                                                     Biochemistry-XL(Q) 
XL(Q) 4/4 
Q.20  The standard free energy ? ? ?G´) values of reactions catalyzed by citrate lyase and citrate 
synthetase are -670 and -8192 cal/mol, respectively.  
 
 
 
The standard free energy (in cal/mol) of acetyl-CoA hydrolysis is ___ (correct to integer 
number). 
 
 
 
END OF THE QUESTION PAPER 
Citrate Acetate + Oxaloacetate
Citrate lyase
?G
1
´ = -670 cal/mole
Acetyl-CoA  + Oxaloacetate + H
2
O Citrate + CoA
Citrate synthetase
?G
2
´ = -8192 cal/mole
Q.No. Type Section Key/Range Marks
1 MCQ GA A 1
2 MCQ GA C 1
3 MCQ GA B 1
4 MCQ GA B 1
5 MCQ GA B 1
6 MCQ GA A 2
7 MCQ GA D 2
8 MCQ GA D 2
9 MCQ GA B 2
10 MCQ GA C 2
1 MCQ XL-PA 1
2 MCQ XL-PD 1
3 MCQ XL-PD 1
4 NAT XL-P11 to 11 1
5 NAT XL-P4 to 41
6 MCQ XL-PD 2
7 MCQ XL-PD 2
8 MCQ XL-PA 2
9 MCQ XL-PD 2
10 MCQ XL-PA 2
11 MCQ XL-PC 2
12 MCQ XL-PB 2
13 NAT XL-P 1.39 to 1.43 2
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