a kind of glutamate receptor that ties together ampa in addition to glutamate. AMPA receptors are grouped together in ligand-gatidion avenues and are accountable for nearly all of the functioning occurring at synapses wherein glutamate is the neurotransmitter.

AMPA RECEPTOR: "The malfunction of ampa receptors causes neurotransmitters to misbehave in return."
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