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Question 5HT Receptors Questions

Stimulation of these receptors cause vasodilation except?
A)5HT1
B)5HT2
C)5HT3

Which of the following receptor is not G protein coupled
A)5HT1
B)5HT2
C)5HT3
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1. A. 5HT1 agonist, used for Migraine.

2. C. 5HT3.
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for both questions the answer is 5HT3 it's ion-gated and anti-emetic
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yea both 5HT3
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Correct Answer The answer

1) is 5HT1 triptans used for migraines cause vasoconstriction
2) is 5HT3 they are ion gated channels
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