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What does seroternergic neurotransmission mean? Is it referring to when serotonin goes across the synaptic cleft?
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Presumable when serotonin acts as the neurotransmitter, yes.
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Presumable when serotonin acts as the neurotransmitter, yes.
I didn't understand that, so seroternergic neurotransmission is when serotonin acts as the neurotransmitter (and goes across the synaptic cleft)?
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I didn't understand that, so seroternergic neurotransmission is when serotonin acts as the neurotransmitter (and goes across the synaptic cleft)?
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