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Fencamfamine: Quiz

  

Question 1: It is around half the potency of ________, and is prescribed at a dose of 10-60mg, although abusers of the drug tend to rapidly develop tolerance and escalate their dose.
LisdexamfetamineMethylphenidateMethamphetamineDextroamphetamine

Question 2: Adaphenoxate • Adapromine • ________Bromantane • Chlodantane • Gludantane • Memantine • Midantane
AmantadinePhencyclidineDizocilpineKetamine

Question 3: Also unlike ________, fencamfamine does not inhibit the action of monoamine oxidase enzymes and so is somewhat safer.
MethylphenidateAmphetamineMethamphetamineMDMA

Question 4: Anatoxin-aBicucullineDMCMFlurothylGabazinePentetrazolPicrotoxinStrychnine________
Ethanol1,4-ButanediolPregabalinThujone

Question 5: It releases ________ by a similar mechanism to amphetamines, but is ten times less potent than dexamphetamine at producing this effect.
PhenethylamineTyramineMDMADopamine

Question 6: The main mechanism of action is instead inhibition of dopamine reuptake, more similar to that of ________.
MethylphenidateMethamphetamineMDMAAmphetamine

Question 7: Fencamfamine (Glucoenergan, Reactivan) is a ________ which was developed in the 1960s as an appetite suppressant, but was later withdrawn for this application due to problems with dependence and abuse.
StimulantDOV-102,677TC-2216PRC200

Question 8: BenocyclidineDieticyclidineEsketamineEticyclidineGacyclidine________ • Phencyclamine • PhencyclidineRolicyclidineTenocyclidineTiletamine
DizocilpineNeramexaneDextromethorphanKetamine

Question 9: [2] Some experiments also suggest a role for opioid receptors in the activity of fencamfamine, as low doses can cause paradoxical sedation, and some effects of the drug are blocked by ________.
TramadolNalorphineNaloxoneHeroin
















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