Acetylcholine, Biology

Acetylcholine is the chemical released at neuromuscular junctions which binds to receptors on the surface of the plasma membrane of the muscle cells, creating an electrical impulse to be transmitted. The impulse ultimately leads to the muscle contraction.

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