NeuroII-pharm

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NeuroII-pharm
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2014-03-20 16:14:48
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  1. GABAB is either Metabotropic or Ionotropic?
    GABAA is either Ionotropic or Metabotropic?
    Metabotropic

    Ionotropic
  2. Glutamate and Aspartate are what kind of neurotransmitters?
    Excitatory Amino Acid Transmitters
  3. Gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) and Glycine are what kinds of neurotransmitters?
    inhibitory amino acid transmitters
  4. Histamine, Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine, 5-HT) Dopamine, Norepinephrine, and Acetylcholine are what kind of neurotransmitters?
    small molecule transmitters
  5. Where are neuropeptide transmitters synthesized and packaged into vesicles?
    Cell body
  6. What are some ways in which a signal to a post synaptic neuron can be eliminated?
    Elimination of transmitter by reuptake transporter or enzymatic breakdown.
  7. What is retrograde signaling?
    when the postsynaptic cell transmits information to the presynaptic cell, often modulating neurotransmitter release
  8. What presynaptic sites can you influence through drug action that will affect signalling?
    • neurotansmitter synthesis
    • storage
    • metabolism
    • release
  9. What are the primary sites of drug action on the postsynaptic cells?
    • Direct receptor interaction
    • modulating second messengers

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