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Lecture 5

PSY 2301 Lecture 5: chapter5_2alz-sch


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY 2301
Professor
Andra Smith
Lecture
5

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Varieties of Neurotransmitters
Receptors for Direct and Indirect Effects
Ionotropic Receptor
Embedded membrane protein with two parts
A binding site for a neurotransmitter
A pore that regulates ion flow to directly and rapidly
change membrane voltage

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Varieties of Neurotransmitters
Receptors for Direct and Indirect Effects
Metabotropic Receptor
Embedded membrane protein with a binding
site for a neurotransmitter but no pore
Linked to a G-protein that can affect other
receptors or act with second messengers to
affect other cellular processes
G-protein
Family of guanyl nucleotide-binding proteins
coupled to metabotropic receptors that, when
activated, bind to other proteins
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