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Molecular cause of cramps, spasms and strengthening in muscles? (incl. intro to muscle contraction)
When motor neurons are stimulated to trigger an action potential, this potential propagates down the spine, eventually reaching a neuromuscular junction, causing the release of acetylcholine (ACh). ...
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