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Physiology Professor Damian Czepita Department of Ophthalmology Pomeranian Medical Academy Szczecin, Poland
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NEUROTRANSMITERS PRESENT IN THE RETINA OF VERTEBRATESGLUTAMATE - aminoacid - NMDA, AMPA/KAINIC, METABOTROPIC SEROTONINE (5-HT) - monoamine - S
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NEUROTRANSMITERS PRESENT IN THE VISUAL CORTEX OF VERTEBRATESACETYLOCHOLINE (Ach) - product of choline acetylation - M DOPAMINE (DA) - catecholamine - D -AMINOBUTYRIC ACID (GABA) - product of glutamate decarboxylation - GABAergic
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