E-type cholinesterase

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e-type cholinesterase --> acetylcholinesterase

(Science: enzyme, neurology, physiology) An enzyme that breaks down unused acetylcholine in the synaptic cleft (the space between neurons), this enzyme is necessary to restore the synaptic cleft so it is ready to transmit the next nerve impulse.

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