The acetic acid ester of choline, (CH3)3N(OH)CH2CH2OCOCH3, found in many bodily tissues, esp. at neuromuscular junctions, acting as a nerve impulse transmitter: its chloride or bromide is used in medicine for various disorders.
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Acetylcholine Sentence Examples
The choline found in lecithin is used to make acetylcholine in the body.
The first medicines assessed for Alzheimer's treatment work in this way and are called acetylcholine esterase inhibitors.
There was no significant difference between groups in MMH or in the response to acetylcholine iontophoresis.
These may come from new approaches such as the role of sigma, NMDA and acetylcholine receptors.
Papers describing the coronary vasodilator effects of acetylcholine in humans have appeared in prestigious journals from 1987 until the present.