Gaba Response

Responses to GABA depend on two classes of GABA receptor—GABAa receptors, which are located on the postsynaptic cell and produce fast (millisecond) responses, and GABAB receptors, which are found on both pre- and postsynaptic cells and produce slower (second) responses that depend on second messengers. A third class of GABA receptors, the GABAC receptors, is also ionotropic and is now generally considered to be a subset of GABAA receptors. The differences in GABA receptor structure, function, and location allow fine-tuning of GABA signaling and response.

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