Inhibition of acetylcholine esterase (AChE) results in:?
blockade of postsynaptic ACh receptors.
increased degradation of ACh.
decreased degradation of ACh.
decreased synthesis of ACh.
- 6 years agoFavorite Answer
A) AChE terminates acetylcholine ,has nothing to do with receptors,so A is not the answer.
B) not correct
C) you can consider this answer ,but if AChE enzyme is inhibited ,there won't be even degradation
D) in my opinion this is the answer ,because if Ace Choline not conversed into acetate and choline ,the synthesis of Ace choline decreases .