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Question 1:

Question 2: Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitor (NRI; or ________ (ARI))
Monoamine oxidase inhibitorNorepinephrine reuptake inhibitorMirtazapineNorepinephrine-dopamine reuptake inhibitor

Question 3: ________ (Serpasil) is an irreversible and competitive inhibitor of the vesicular monoamine transporter 2 (VMAT2), and is a classic example of a vesicular reuptake inhibitor.
ReserpineChlorpromazineClozapineAmoxapine

Question 4: [19] As a result, ________ has been marketed as an allosteric serotonin reuptake inhibitor.
FluoxetineSertralineEscitalopramVenlafaxine

Question 5: Many drugs utilize reuptake inhibition to exert their psychological and physiological effects, including various ________, anxiolytics, stimulants, and anorectics, among others.
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitorAntidepressantTricyclic antidepressantMirtazapine

Question 6:

Question 7: Alternatively, some reuptake inhibitors bind to allosteric sites and inhibit ________ indirectly and noncompetitively.
Monoamine neurotransmitterReuptakeDopamineGlutamic acid

Question 8: Standard reuptake inhibitors are believed to act simply as competitive substrates that work by binding directly to the plasmalemma transporter of the ________ in question.
OxytocinNeurotransmitterDopamineNeuromodulation

Question 9: [6][7][8][9] They occupy the transporter in place of the respective neurotransmitter and competitively block it from being transported from the nerve terminal or synapse into the pre-synaptic ________.
Glial cellPhotoreceptor cellNeuronNervous system

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