Cholinesterase enzyme Molecular model of the secondary structure of butyrylcholinesterase BChE showing alpha helices blue and beta sheets red and yellow BChE also called serum cholinesterase is similar to the enzyme acetylcholinesterase AChE in that it catalyses the neurotransmitter nerve signalling molecule acetylcholine producing choline and acetic acid This allows the nerves that use acetylcholine cholinergic neurons to rest after passing on signals Both AChE and BChE also catalyses the synthetic chemical butyrylcholine in a similar way to acetylcholine AChE and BChE differ in that AChE found in the blood and nerve synapses catalyses acetylcholine more readily BChE instead prefers butyrylcholine and is found in the liver
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