What Is a Presynaptic Neuron?

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Presynaptic neuron refers to a neuron within which an electrical impulse is transmitted across a synaptic cleft to the cell body. This function is achieved by the release of the chemical neurotransmitter. This neuron is usually located at the axon terminal.
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a neuron from the axon terminal of which an electrical impulse is transmitted across a synaptic cleft to the cell body or one or more dendrites of a postsynaptic neuron by the release
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Definitions: a neuron from the axon terminal of which an electrical impulse is transmitted across a synaptic cleft to the cell body or one or more dendrites of a postsynaptic neuron
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Neurons transmit impulses from one neuron to the next neuron across the synapse. Said another way, the synapse is where neurons meet each other, chemicals called neurotransmitters
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