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Description Synapse. Tweaked version of Image:SynapseIllustration2.png: spelling corrections, increased text size, minor tweaks. Description by Nrets was: "I created this image. It was intended to fix an error in ( Image:SynapseIllustration.png). Since I was not able to ovewrite my previous version, I created a new one. Nrets 17:19, 29 September 2006 (UTC)"
Date 2006-09-29 (original upload date). This version uploaded 5/6/08
Source first upload on, uploaded to Wikimedia Commons as Image:SynapseIllustration2.png, SVG version by User:Surachit. For further information on the image's contents, see Julien, R. M. (2005). The neuron, synaptic transmission, and neurotransmitters. In R. M. Julien, A primer of drug action: A comprehensive guide to the actions, uses, and side effects of psychoactive drugs (pp. 60-88). New York, NY, USA: Worth Publishers.
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