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Question Neurotransmitter released in excess following ischemia.

Which of the following neurotransmitters is released in excess following ischemia and can initiate a receptor-mediated Ca2+ influx that leads to neuronal death?

A. GABA
B. Glutamate
C. Glycine
D. Histamine
E. Norepinephrine
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glutamate via NMDA receptors


mediated by CALCIUM and SODIUM
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B is correct
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B is correct
can u refer this to FA or goljan/kaplan? forgot where i have read it.where did u find this Q?
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