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Question 1: In recent years the criminal use of scopolamine has become epidemic in ________.
ColombiaQuindío DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)Valle del Cauca Department

Question 2: Indeed, the quantity of toxin diffusing through the ________ barrier after one short contact of the fingers with an object is much too small to be readily absorbed in the body and to have any significant effect.
TanningHuman skinLeatherSkin

Question 3: The use of scopolamine as a truth drug was investigated in the 1950s by various intelligence agencies, including the ________ as part of Project MKULTRA.
National Security AgencyDefense Intelligence AgencyCold WarCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 4: It is obtained from plants of the family Solanaceae (nightshades), such as henbane, jimson weed and Angel's Trumpets (________ resp.
Hyoscyamus nigerDatura stramoniumDaturaAtropa belladonna

Question 5:
What is the molecular weight of Scopolamine?
303.353 g/mol
234.380 g/mol
321.456 g/mol
380.42 g/mol

Question 6: Scopolamine acts as a competitive antagonist at muscarinic acetylcholine receptors, specifically ________; it is thus classified as an anticholinergic,anti-muscarinic drug.
Muscarinic acetylcholine receptor M35-HT1A receptorMuscarinic acetylcholine receptor M15-HT2C receptor

Question 7: It was also used as an interrogation tool during Episode 9 of NBC's ________.
House (TV series)Dateline NBCKidnapped (TV series)Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

Question 8: Although originally used in ________, it is now considered dangerous for that purpose for both mother and baby.
Reproductive medicineObstetricsGynaecologySurgery

Question 9: Morphinans: ________DextrorphanMethorphan (Racemethorphan) • Morphan (Racemorphan);
MorphanolTramadolDextromethorphanPhencyclidine

Question 10: The mechanism by which it mitigates withdrawal symptoms is different from that of ________ meaning that the two drugs can be used together without duplicating or canceling out the effects of each other.
MethamphetamineProtriptylineLofexidineClonidine
















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