acetylcholine

acetylcholine

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neurotransmitter secreted when parasympathetic nerves are active.

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it acts by changing the calcium permeability of the cell membrane.

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at the neuromuscular junction, where a stimulus from the central nervous system arrives after traveling along the nerve; it is the substance that provides the transport from the nerve to the muscle. acetylcholine molecules in synaptic vesicles located in the motor endplate; it is poured into the synapse gap with the arrival of the neural stimulus. they attach to the cholinergic receptors on the postsynaptic membrane that they reach from here and enable the formation of muscle contraction.

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one of the messengers that propagate across the synapse. responsible for motor movement and memory, its deficiency is associated with alzheimer's.

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the first season episode of the x files is iceda, the nervous system thing that i can't forget even after nine years... it was somehow held responsible for the epidemic aggression in the episode.

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when it is secreted too much, symptoms such as tremors occur. in its deficiency, there is a risk of paralysis.

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a neurotransmitter found at the neuromuscular junction, in the central nervous system. parkinson's disease develops as a result of overactivity of neurons secreting acetylcholine in the central nervous system.

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a neurotransmitter substance secreted from globules called synaptic vesicles... sodium ions emerge when the substance binds to receptors... bla bla...

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