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lecture_10_14 - Neurotransmitters and Receptor Module 1....

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1. You will learn that neurons are capable of transmitting electrical signals between each other. 2. You will learn about a historical experiment that demonstrated the importance of chemical messengers (called eurotransmitters) in neuronal communication Neurotransmitters and Receptor Module neurotransmitters) in neuronal communication. 3. You will learn that chemical communication between neurons takes place at chemical synapses. 4. You will learn the anatomy of the chemical synapse using Duckman. 5. You will learn the sequence of events leading to neurotransmitter release during chemical synaptic transmission 6. You will learn about various types of neurotransmitter and some distinguishing characteristics of each type. 7. You will learn about the two classes of receptor that bind neurotransmitter leading to a voltage change called a pg g g postsynaptic potential or PSP. 8. You will use some new techniques (i.e. inductive reasoning and voltage clamping) to determine whether a chemical synapse is excitatory or inhibitory. 9. While performing the voltage clamp technique, you will learn the definition of a reversal potential.
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2009 for the course NPB 100 taught by Professor Chapman during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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