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The nicotinic receptor is a channel (or ionotropic) receptor. There are two types of nicotinic receptors: N1, found in the autonomic nervous system, and N2, found at neuromuscular junctions. In addition to nicotinic receptors, there is another family of acetylcholine receptors, the muscarinic receptors. They belong to another large class of receptors called G-protein (or metabotropic) receptors.

The nicotinic receptor is a channel (or ionotropic) receptor. There are two types of nicotinic receptors: N1, found in the autonomic nervous system, and N2, found at neuromuscular junctions. In addition to nicotinic receptors, there is another family of acetylcholine receptors, the muscarinic receptors. They belong to another large class of receptors called G-protein (or metabotropic) receptors.

Best ever! I will be using this to study for the NCLEX

Summary of events during the cardiac cycle. An ECG tracing (top) correlated with…

Corticospinal & corticobulbar tracts

the lumbar connections explain my post-surgery mobility issues, in part. I still don't have complete control over my legs, feet.plus a few other niggling things

The Nephron!

The Urinary System - this chart summarizes what flows from the bloodstream to the nephron and back again, and exactly where in the nephron the exchange takes place.

Neurotransmitters, Addictions and Mental Illness

Understanding the brain science behind sexual addiction.----could be cool to use for research on the Documentary!

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