Why an M1 Antagonist Could Be a More Selective Model for Memory Impairment than Scopolamine

Citation: Blokland A, Sambeth A, Prickaerts J and Riedel WJ (2016) Why an M1 Antagonist Could Be a More Selective Model for Memory Impairment than Scopolamine. Since the early studies of Deutsch (1), the non-selective muscarinic receptor antagonist sco-polamine has been used as a drug that impairs memory performance in man. The notion that scopolamine could… CONTINUE READING