Synaptic vesicles are a type of protein that is thought to allow them to track signals from neurons in the brain. What a joke! When a neuron senses a signal, it sends that signal to a synapse. A neuron can sense a signal by sending a synapse to the neurons in the brain, and that synapse sends signals to the neurons in the brain.

When you think about it, synapses are sometimes called “synaptic” because they are just synapses that go on from a synapse to another synapse.

Synaptic vesicles contain neurotransmitters that get passed from one neuron to another. The neurotransmitters that are released into the synapse are carried by the vesicles. The vesicles are then carried on to the next synapse, and so on, until the signal is processed and the signal is sent to the next neuron. That’s when the neurotransmitters get re-released into the synapse that they are sent from.

When a synapse gets stimulated by a stimulus it releases its neurotransmitters into the extracellular space. The neurotransmitters get released into both the synapse and the axon terminal. The vesicles are then carried into the axon terminal and into the synapse. The neurotransmitters released into the axon terminal are then carried to the next synapse and so forth.

the signal is transferred over the synapse to the next synapse, and then over the next synapse, and so forth.

in a way, vesicles are a sort of signal repeater. If you’ve ever seen a long line of fish in a tank, you’ve seen the vesicles (which are like little capsules that line the axon terminals) coming out of the axons. They move along the axon so they can get to the next synapse and then the next synapse. The effect is similar to the way our synapses are made.

At the same time, vesicles are also the messengers of the synaptic vesicle cycle. In short, it’s the cycle that determines the amount of neurotransmitter inside our synapses. The cycle is a series of chemical reactions that occurs after a presynaptic release of neurotransmitter. These chemical reactions are called post-synaptic currents.

Now, this is a really complicated topic so let me just point out that when we talk about vesicles, we’re talking about the vesicle that is made inside the axon. And when we talk about post-synaptic currents, we’re talking about the vesicle that is made inside the terminal. Synaptic vesicles that are inside the axon and synaptic vesicles that are inside the terminal are the same. Their function is the same.

Here’s one of the many ways vesicles are made, and this one is probably easiest to explain. Because they are like synapses, they are made of vesicles. Now, the vesicle that is made inside the neuron is called a vesicle, and its function is to move out of the neuron. It’s called a vesicle that is made by changing the chemical state of the neuron and the state of the vesicle.

vesicles are not the only ones that change chemically either. They also change the form. For example, the membrane that surrounds a vesicle is made of lipids. The lipid molecules that are inside the vesicle change to make the membrane more fluid and more able to accommodate the vesicle. This is also called exocytosis. And finally, the vesicle is also made from a protein that is attached to the vesicle.

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