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Below find the structures for ibogaine and cocaine.

Ibogaine and cocaine inhibit the dopamine active transporter (DAT).  This transporter is a secondary active transporter, and depends on the primary active transporter Na+/K+ ATPase.  Ibogaine had a Kι = 2 μM, and cocaine a Kι = 0.64 μM respectively.

(a) Define secondary active transport.

(b) Is ibogaine an effective treatment for cocaine based on DAT binding?

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HЭС—N.
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Cocaine
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A secondary active transport couples the uphill (against the concentration gradient) transport of a molecule to the downhill (along the concentration gradient) transport of another molecule. It does n...

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