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Unformatted text preview: BIPN 100 Chris Childers Dr. Fortes Winter 2010 Lecture 8 - January 22 nd Lecture 9 January 25 th Ionotropic vs. Metabotropic receptors NTspeptides, lipids, amino acids, amino acid derivatives, amines, gases, acetycholine Adrenergic vs. Cholinergic responses EPSP vs. IPSP Pre-synaptic events Pre-synaptic events cont. Removal of NT from the synaptic cleft Ionotropic receptor families Tangents: Death Penalty, myasthenia gravis, bungarotoxin Divergence / Convergence Long Term Potentiation Neurotransmitter Receptor(s) Function / Location Misc (Synthesis, ion channel selectivity etc.) Glutamate Glycine GABA Norepi/Epi Acetylcholine Histamine Order the following events for long term potentiation in their correct order. A. Positive positive repulsions remove the Mg2+ ion from the NMDA receptor B. Paracrines enhance glutamate release from presynaptic cells and insert additional glutamate receptors in postsynaptic cells C. Glutamate is released from the presynaptic cell D. Na+ enters through AMPA receptors depolarizing the post-synaptic cell E.E....
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- Winter '08
- Amino Acids