Effects of drugs on norepinephrine

 
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1. A drug causes the premature release of norepinephrine. A person will most likely experience .

2. A drug blocks the action of mono-amine oxidase, the enzyme that breaks norepinephrine down. A person will experience .

3. A drug disrupts the synthesis of norepinephrine. A person will most likely experience .

4. A drug that blocks reuptake or norepinephrine will likely lead a person to experience .

5. A drug that interferes with the transport of norepinephrine to the axonal terminal would most likely lead to .


When finished, read about examples of drugs that have these effects.

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