dohlo

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Mar 16, 2010
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I cam across this question while studying:

Glutamate is known to be the major excitatory neurotransmitter in mammals.
Glutamate does NOT:

A depend on its receptors in whether it will be excitatory or inhibitory
B become released into the synaptic cleft by vesicles
C mediate epileptogenesis via its receptors
D All of the above

The answer was D all of the above with the explanation saying:
" A, B, and C, are not true of glutamate"


Is this is a typo? Can someone elaborate?

Help?