[Solved] Acetylcholine Is a Neurotransmitter That Transmits a Signal from a Nerve

Question 12
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Question 12

Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that transmits a signal from a nerve cell to a muscle cell, causing the muscle to contract.How is the neurotransmitter inactivated so that the muscle can relax?

A)It is denatured by the local pH and loses its active conformation.
B)It is hydrolyzed by the enzyme acetylcholinesterase.
C)It is taken up and stored by the muscle cells.
D)It is dissolved in the blood and is transported through the circulatory system.
E)All of the choices are correct.

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