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Many people are aware of neurotransmitters such as dopamine, serotonin and acetylcholine. For each neurotransmitter, it must bind properly to a neuroreceptor. Each one of these receptors much be functioning properly. Activation of the second class of neurotransmitter receptors only affects ion channel opening and closing indirectly. In this case, the protein to which the neurotransmitter binds—the neurotransmitter receptor—is not an ion channel. Signaling through these receptors depends on the activation of several molecules inside the cell . Because it involves more steps, signaling through metabotropic receptors is much slower than signaling through ligand-activated ion channels.


Use this frequency testing library for any brain-related condition or to optimize brain function and wellness. 


Some metabotropic receptors have excitatory effects when they're activated (make the cell more likely to fire an action potential), while others have inhibitory effects. Often, these effects occur because the metabotropic receptor triggers a signaling pathway that opens or closes an ion channel. Alternatively, a neurotransmitter that binds to a metabotropic receptor may change how the cell responds to a second neurotransmitter that acts through a ligand-activated channel. Signaling through metabotropic receptors can also have effects on the postsynaptic cell that don’t involve ion channels at all.
Here is a sample list of the neuroreceptors included in this frequency testing library:
Muscarinic receptor
Glutatamate receptor
GABA B group
Histamine receptor
Opioid Receptor
Substance P receptor 
Vasopressin receptor. 



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