Amine vs. peptide neurotransmitters?
So trying to contrast bio-synthesis of amine and peptide neurotransmitters but getting a little confused since aren't peptides made up of amino acids?
So whats a peptide neurotransmitter and why's it different from an amine one?
Re: Amine vs. peptide neurotransmitters?
Amine neurotransmitters have an amine group attached to an aromatic ring by a -CH2-CH2- chain. Peptide neurotransmitters usually have the good old -NH2 and -COOH termini.
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