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Question 1: ________, they are primarily 5-HT1A receptor partial agonists, and some are also prominent D2, α1-adrenergic, α2-adrenergic, and/or 5-HT2A receptor antagonists.
AntibioticPharmacologyPharmaceutical drugH2 antagonist

Question 2: Unlike benzodiazepines, azapirones are not ________, do not cause cognitive/memory impairment, and do not induce significant tolerance or physical dependence.
Drug addictionSocial anxiety disorderBenzodiazepine dependenceAddiction

Question 3: They are commonly used as an augmentation to other antidepressants like the ________ (SSRIs) as well.
MirtazapineSelective serotonin reuptake inhibitorTricyclic antidepressantSertraline

Question 4: Azapirones have fewer side effects than most other available anxiolytics like the ________.
PropofolBarbexacloneBenzodiazepineGABA reuptake inhibitor

Question 5: aliphatics: ________# • Levomepromazine/Methotrimeprazine • Promazine • Triflupromazine •
QuetiapineAmoxapineChlorpromazineClozapine

Question 6: piperidines: Mesoridazine • ________/Sulforidazine • Periciazine
AmoxapineChlorpromazineClozapineThioridazine

Question 7: Azapirones, also known as azaspirodecanediones, are a class of psychoactive drugs derived from piperazine that are used as anxiolytics, ________, and antipsychotics.
AntidepressantMirtazapineStimulantSelective serotonin reuptake inhibitor

Question 8: Though some azapirones are used as antipsychotics, all of the latter properties are generally undesirable in anxiolytics however, and further development has commenced to bring more selective of agents to the ________.
MoneyFinancial economicsEconomicsMarket
















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