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Synaptic Transmissio

Ultrastructure of Synaps, Electrical and Chemical Events, Pathology

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Synaptic potentials may Summate; an important property of the ESP is summation with other local passive membrane potentials
After trasmitter release, the vesicle membrane is recycled-vesicle membrane is believed to be conserved by recycling
The decrease in the response of skeletal muscle in a patient with myashtenia gravis to a motor nerve action potential is a result of a decrease in available postsynaptic receptor sites; myasthenia gravisis an autoimmune disease in which the ACh receptors are blocked
Calcium is an important cation involved in synaptic transmission because Ca++ influx during depolarization of the presynaptic terminal results in vesicle fusion.
Created by: JSMiller