IMG - 2. asphyxiation ut8t20tt a a Latent Period from the...

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ilt8t20tt Destruction of ACh After the release and binding of ACh, it gets destroyed by ACh esterase (acetylcholine esterase) which is found: a. On the sarcolemma at the n-m junction b. In the cleft a. Interference at the n-m junction Toxins (curare, organophosphates) : Curare binds to ACh receptors preventing ACh from attaching. The receptors are blocked: 1. muscular paralysis
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Unformatted text preview: 2. asphyxiation ut8t20tt a a Latent Period from the initiation of the AP includes the transmission of the AP along the sarcolemma up to the beginning of contraction : Excitation-Contraction Coupling Excitation - Contraction Coupling The time lag between the Electrical Event (AP) and the Mechanical Event (contraction, sliding of the myofilaments) 1l...
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