For discussing the functions of different structures of all organisms.
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I am stuck on a biology practice question and i was wondering if anyone knew the answer.
The question is:
"What compound do neurotransmitters contain?"
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The answer is: it depends which neurotransmitter you are talking about.
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Yah it's true. There are many kinds of neurotransmitters with different compositions for different affects
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basic stuff, carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen.
not basic stuff, neurotransmitters can be derived from amino acids, peptides, cofactors, a few more
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