Axon terminals (also called synaptic boutons) are distal terminations of the
branches of an axon. An axon nerve fiber is a long, slender projection of a nerve
the somewhat enlarged, often club-shaped endings by which axons make
synaptic contacts with other nerve cells or with effector cells (muscle or gland
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The axon is the long, thin sending part of the neuron (see Figure 1, below). ...
Axon terminals (terminal buttons or boutons) are the endings of the axon
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Autoreceptor: A receptor molecule located in the presynaptic neuron's axon
terminal. It is thought to play a role in providing feedback to the presynaptic
Different kinds of axon terminals forming symmetric synapses with the cell bodies
and initial axon segments of layer II/III pyramidal cells. I. Morphometric analysis ...
The application of electron microscopy to defining the fine structural
characteristics of axon terminals and synapses was followed by a half century of
Axon terminals containing tyrosine hydroxylase- and dopamine-beta-hydroxylase
immunoreactivity form synapses with galanin immunoreactive neurons in the ...