Synapse Coloured transmission electron micrograph TEM of a synapse a junction between two nerve cells in the brain At a synapse an electrical signal is transmitted from one cell to the next in only one direction The nerve cells are red with the presynaptic cell at lower right and the postsynaptic cell at upper left Mitochondria supplying the cells with energy are green When an electrical signal reaches a synapse it triggers the release of neurotransmitter chemicals from vesicles blue at the end of the presynaptic cell The neurotransmitters cross a microscopic gap and bind to receptors on the post synaptic cell Magnification x when printed centimetres across
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