Ach is a neurotransmitter; it allows impulses from one nerve to cross the synapse and cause the "downstream" nerve to fire in the central nervous system. It also activates muscle cells in the peripheral nervous system.
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Acetylcholine (Ach) allows transmittance of impulses across a synapse. An inhibition...
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D. Release of Ach; Formation of linkage between Actin and Mysoin.
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B. When AcH is secreted into the neuromuscular junction there's a safety factor during... from thinning the cytoplasm of the neurons to cause release of AcH vesicles.
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Dopamine. It is a neurotransmitter made in several areas of the brain and it has multiple functions, one of them being in the motor cortex, which is why when insufficient dopamine is produced, the patient loses...
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