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During what part of an action potential is the absolute refractory period?
the repolarization.
When is the relative refractory period
during the hyperpolarization following repolarization
in the resting state is the NA inactivation gate open or closed?
open
in the resting state is the K gate open or closed
closed
How is the release of neurotransmitters controlled
by the amount of action potentials/ time. This influences Ca concentrat which influences NT release.
is GABA excitatory or inhibitory
inhibitory
in an IPSP what type of channels are involeved
K+
is the reabsorption of neurotransmitter back into presynaptic knor active or passive?
active
what type of cells can reabsorn broken down neurotransmitter
astrocyte
what are the 3 neurotransmitter dervivative of tyrosine
epinephrine, NE, dopamine