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How would caffeine binding to an adenosine receptor affect the activity inside the neuron?

Adenosine receptors stick through the neuron membrane, so that part  of them are on the inside and part is on the outside of the cell.  Now, when adenosine, a natural chemic

Can caffeine kill brain cells?

  If you were to take a culture of brain cells on a petri dish and submerge them in a caffeine solution, it probably would. But in people, is drinking coffee going to kil

What does caffeine do to the brain?

Caffeine is a stimulant drug, which speeds up the synaptic connections in your brain, increasing reaction times. Nicotine, and Ecstasy do similar things, but are much more da

How does caffeine affect your brain in a negative way?

Suggestion: K-Wolf   Try looking here http:/www.coolquiz.comtrivia/explain/docscaffeine.asp   After reading that I've decided to cut back on caffeine a little..., maybe.

Does caffeine affect you?

Yes caffeine does affect you. Caffeine is a drug and is a very common drug in the United States. To simplify what it does to you, it messes with your brain and keeps you alert

What is the effect of caffeine on the brain?

It causes the adrenal glands to produce adrenaline. This release of  adrenaline causes a faster heart rate, opening up of breathing  tubes, release of sugar into the bloodst

What if the brain did not have neurons?

The brain has two kinds of cells, neurons and glial cells. So if the brain did not have neurons it could still have glial cells, but they have no function in the absence of ne

What specific effects does caffeine have on other neurons?

If too much caffeine is in your system, there can be a temporary  impulse on the other neurons. This sudden impulse will momentarily  wake up your brain but will damage some