Nueromuscular junction

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A neuromuscular junction is an area where a [[Neurone|neurone]] meets a [[Muscle fibre|muscle fibre]]. The junction is stimulated by an [[Action potential|action potential]] arriving at the neurone which then causes an influx of [[Calcium ions|calcium ions]] into the [[Cell|cell]]. This goes on to cause the [[Vesicles|vesicles]] within the neurone containing [[Acetylcholine|acetylcholine]] to fuse with the membrane and travel across the junction and stimulate muscle contraction.
See [[Neuromuscular Junction|Neuromuscular Junction]]

Latest revision as of 16:49, 7 December 2018

See Neuromuscular Junction

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