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It Neuroanatomy, not Biology, here's the Link... » Janelle

Posted by fachad on April 1, 2002, at 21:00:37

In reply to Biology(?) 101: a basic, embarassing question:, posted by Janelle on March 30, 2002, at 23:57:08

Here's a pay dirt link on neuroanatomy. Lots of pictures, diagrams, and even sound files so you can pronounce it correctly.

It's even close by PSB, at Univ of Chicago.

Here's a link in the same site with pictures and descriptions of a neuron:

You can even take a quiz when you’re done!

Have fun.

> In a thread way above, someone wrote that Remeron blocks specific norepinephrine receptors called alpha2-receptors and that "serotonin neurons" also contain alpha2-receptors ...
> Huh? What is a "serotonin neuron" -- this leads me to ask a very, very embarassing question (I can't believe I'm posting this!) -- what exactly is a neuron? And are neurons part of cells?
> I know that serotonin is a neurotransmitter, so are there specific neurons that release and reuptake specific neurotransmitters? For example, is there a dopamine neuron that handles dopamine, etc.? Man, do I feel DUMB.




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