I chose to research acetylcholine. I had previously learned a bit about acetylcholine when researching an infection for another course I’m taking. It was really interesting to be able to learn more about this neurotransmitter and make connections with the knowledge I already had.

I tried to present as much information as I could without it being irrelevant or overwhelming. Hopefully, people can realize the importance of acetylcholine and its various functions throughout the brain and the rest of the body.

I’m not a very creative person, but I tried to make the zine colorful and include a few drawings to make it interesting and keep people’s attention. I wish that I could have been more creative or artistic!

One response to “Acetylcholine”

  1. Tina Voelcker says:

    Great job describing the two receptors!

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