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AJ asked in Science & MathematicsBiology · 7 years ago

Why is Acetylcholine important? Why inhibiting this enzyme can be fatal?

can u please explain


What type of inhibition is this? Reversible or irreversible

Is there an antidote for this? How does it work?

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  • 7 years ago
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    Acetylcholine (Ach) allows transmittance of impulses across a synapse.

    An inhibition of this can cause an impulse to not be passes which doesn't sound that bad.. but if its a impulse to tell the heart to slow down because the pressure is to high..the heart will not do this so you will go pop..like a grape. Or it could stop your heart to stop!

    Source(s): ME - A level bology
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