Abhishek pandey Asked a Question
April 23, 2021 11:35 ampts 30 pts
Some Neurotransmitters Acetyicholine has an excitatory effect released from large pyramid cells from the motor cortex, basal gangilia, motor neurons entering skeletal muscles, preganglionic neurons of autonomous nervous system, postganglionic neurons of parasympathetic and sympathetic nenvous system. Norepinephrine secreted by the terminals of neurons located in brain stem and hypothalamus and function in overall activity and mood of the brain such as increasing the level of wakefulness. In most cases it activates excitatory neurons. Dopamine is secreted from the neurons of substantia nigra, a region of the brain whose neurons end in the basal ganglia and functions in inhibition. GABA is secreted from terminals in the spinal cords, cerebellum, basal ganglia and many areas of the cortex causing inhibition.
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  • Krishan kumar jakhad
    GABA is gamma amino butyric acid
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  • Krishan kumar jakhad thankyou
    Based on similarities between the amino acid sequences of other ligand-gated ion channels and the acetylcholine receptor, neuronal receptor channels that respond to the extracellul...
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  • Abhishek pandey
    sr isme in sab ke definition nhi samjh me aarhe hai plz describe sr in easily
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