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What is the difference between dopamine and endorphins?
Dopamine is involved with muscle movement, while endorphins are most commonly associated with memory.
Dopamine is related to rewards, while endorphins are related to pleasure.
There is an artificial version of dopamine, L-Dopa, but not an artificial version of endorphins.
Dopamine cannot be involved in addiction, but endorphins and their artificial agonists can.
Dopamine cannot cross the synaptic gap, but endorphins can.