Muscular System

Muscle Function

How does acetylcholine interact with muscle cells?

Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter, a chemical substance released by nerve cells that has either an excitatory or inhibitory effect on another excitable cell such as another nerve cell or a muscle cell. In the case of skeletal muscle, acetylcholine excites or activates the muscle cells.


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