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Dopamine and acetylcholine are both important neurotransmitters that are involved in many functions. Which of the following accurately describes the difference between the two?
Too much dopamine causes Parkinson’s disease, while a lack of acetylcholine is related to Alzheimer’s.
There is no known agonist for dopamine that is used to treat Parkinson's disease, but there is a known agonist for Acetylcholine that can be used to treat Alzheimer’s disease.
Too much dopamine causes drowsiness, while too much acetylcholine can cause muscle paralysis.
Too much dopamine might be related to psychosis, while too little acetylcholine might be related to Alzheimer's
Too much dopamine is correlated with Alzheimer's while too much acetylcholine is associated with anterograde amnesia