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Chapter 24, Problem 24.88P
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24-88 Where is a G-protein located in adrenergic

neurotransmission?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The mechanism of the activation of the protein kinase in the adrenergic neurotransmission.

Concept Introduction:

The adrenergic neurotransmission is a condition, in which the signals are produced by the excitation in the adrenergic nerve fibers in the presence of the adrenaline., noradrenaline or the dopamine.

Explanation of Solution

The adrenergic receptors are a type of GPCR or G protein coupled receptors. Hence, in the case of the adrenergic neurotransmissi...

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