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English: Synaptical transmission (chemical).

A: Neuron (Presynaptic) B: Neuron (Postsynaptic)

  1. Mitochondria
  2. Synaptic vesicle full of neurotransmitter
  3. Autoreceptor
  4. Synaptic cleft
  5. Neurotransmitter receptor
  6. Calcium Channel
  7. Fused vesicle releasing neurotransmitter
  8. Neurotransmitter re-uptake pump
Deutsch: Reizübertragung einer Synapse (chemisch).

A: Neuron (Präsynaptisch) B: Neuron (Postsynaptisch)

  1. Mitochondrium
  2. Vesikel mit Neurotransmittern
  3. Autorezeptor
  4. Synaptische Spalte
  5. Neurotransmitter Rezeptor
  6. Kalziumkanal
  7. Verschmolzenes Vesikel gibt Neurotransmitter frei
  8. Neurotransmitter Pumpe (zur Wiederaufnahme)
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  • File:Synapse_diag1.png licensed with Cc-by-sa-3.0-migrated, GFDL
    • 2005-09-23T19:24:14Z Nrets 642x765 (172072 Bytes) Corrected errors from original version
    • 2005-08-20T15:21:55Z Dake 562x738 (100825 Bytes) Synaptical transmission (chemical). A : Neuron (Transmitter) B : Neuron (Receptor) # Mitochondria # Synaptic vesicle full of neurotransmitters # Autoreceptor # Neurotransmitter (serotonine) # Electrical signal # Calcium Ch

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