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The removal of GLU is prima- synaptic cleft buy 750 mg keflex free shipping, 5-HT can bind to a variety of serotonergic recep- rily by transport into glial cells, where it is converted into gluta- tors on the postsynaptic cell. Glutamine, in turn, is transported from glial cells to the when 5-HT is transported back into the presynaptic terminal for nerve terminal, where it is converted to glutamate by the enzyme repackaging into vesicles. CHAPTER 3 The Action Potential, Synaptic Transmission, and Maintenance of Nerve Function 55 ter from those that use aspartate. Three of these, named for the syn- compounded by the fact that GLU and ASP stimulate thetic analogs that best activate them—kainate, common receptors. Accordingly, it is customary to refer to quisqualate, and N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) recep- both as glutamatergic neurons. Activation of the kainate and quisqualate re- mitochondrial conversion of -ketoglutarate derived ceptors produces EPSPs by opening ion channels that in- from the Krebs cycle (Fig. Activation of the NMDA 2 vesicles and released by exocytosis, where it activates spe- receptor increases Ca conductance. This receptor, how- 2 cific receptors to depolarize the postsynaptic neuron. Thus, the NMDA receptor can be thought of transmitter by re-storage in vesicles and re-release. Cal- cells (particularly astrocytes) contain a similar, high-affin- cium gating through the NMDA receptor is crucial for the ity, active transport mechanism that ensures the efficient development of specific neuronal connections and for neu- removal of excitatory neurotransmitter molecules from ral processing related to learning and memory. Glia serves to recycle the excess entry of Ca through NMDA receptors during is- transmitter by converting it to glutamine, an inactive chemic disorders of the brain is thought to be responsible storage form of GLU containing a second amine group. The inhibitory amino At least five subtypes of GLU receptors have been de- acid transmitters -aminobutyric acid (GABA) and glycine scribed, based on the relative potency of synthetic analogs (GLY) bind to their respective receptors, causing hyperpolar- CLINICAL FOCUS BOX 3. When transmission in glu- Intracellular free calcium is an activator of calcium-de- tamatergic neurons functions normally, very low concen- pendent proteases, which destroy microtubules and other trations of EAA appear in the synapse at any time, prima- structural proteins that maintain neuronal integrity. Cal- rily because of the efficient uptake mechanisms of the cium activates phospholipases, which break down mem- presynaptic neuron and neighboring glial cells. This can be seen in severe hypoxia, prostaglandins, some of which constrict blood vessels and such as during respiratory or cardiovascular failure, and in further exacerbate hypoxia/ischemia.
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