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Question Huntington's disease?

Which of the following is mostly relevant to Huntington's disease?
A) Involvement of cholinergic and GABA-ergic transmission in striatum
B) Involvement of glutamatergic transmission in caudate nucleus
C) Involvement of glutamatergic transmission in putamen
D) Involvement of serotonergic transmission in frontal cortex
E) Involvement of cholinergic and GABA-ergic transmission in temporal cortex
F) Involvement of glutamatergic transmission in cerebellum
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Caudate nucleus involvement?
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is it Bbbb?
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so than it is A, as striatum is complex of caudate and putamen.
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doh, I shud really get back to neuro =(
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doh, I shud really get back to neuro =(
A is correct.
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