Neurotransmitters

Science / Biology / Neurotransmitters: Chemicals released from the tip of an axon into the synaptic cleft when a nerve impulse arrives; may stimulate or inhibit the next neuron. The chemical that crosses the synaptic cleft and causes the transmission of the nerve message in an adjacent neuron or the stimulation of an effector cell (muscle or gland).

Topical Muscle Relaxers (TMRs)

Health / Vitamins / Topical Muscle Relaxers (TMRs): Compounds supposedly working on the neurotransmitters responsible for muscle contraction, their action is directed from the exterior towards the interior of the derma, improving the appearance of wrin MORE

Neurotransmitter

Science / Chemistry / Neurotransmitter: Neurotransmitters are molecules that are used to carry signals from one neuron to another. One neuron releases the neurotransmitter near another neuron's receptors. The neurotransmitter diffuses acros MORE

Synaptic Vesicles

Science / Biology / Synaptic Vesicles: Vesicles at the synapse end of an axon that contain the neurotransmitters. MORE

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