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    • Neurotransmitters on Synapse
      By: Karla Irenisse Velazquez Soto
      RISE Program
    • Chemical Synapse
      • Allow neurons to form circuits within the central nervous system.
      • Allow the nervous system to connect to and control other systems of the body.
      • A typical neuron gives rise to several thousand synapses.
    • Chemical Synapses Connections
      • Axons to dendrites
      • Axon to cell body
      • Axon to Axon
      • Dendrite to dendrite
    • Neurotransmitters
      • Molecule synthesized by Neurons
      • Produce an Change in the Action Potential
      • Voltage pulses like waves
    • Neurotransmitters
    • Neurotransmitters
    • Neuronal Signaling
    • Psychostimulant Abuse
      • Serious social and health problem, for which no effective treatments currently exist
      • Including dopamine (DA), (GABA), glutamate, opioid and serotonin
    • Psychostimulant Abuse
      • Dopamine (DA) Hypothesis
      • Cocaine, amphetamine, opiates, nicotine, marijuana or ethanol; increase extracellular DA
      • Intravenously or locally into brain DA loci
      • Abuse being within electrical stimulation
      • Manipulation of DA transmission in the reward circuitry of the brain
    • Psychostimulant Abuse
      • Gardner
      • D1 and D2 receptors inhibiting by THP (Chinese Herb)
      • Spector
      • Immunostimulant Levamisole substituting morphine and codeine
      • Olive
      • Glutamate overlearning