How do neurons communicate with other cells?

Neurons are similar to other cells in many ways. However, unlike regular cells, neurons have long extensions known as dendrites and axons, that enable communication through an electro-chemical process that can send nerve impulses.

Neurons release chemicals known as neurotransmitters at , which are specialized structures for communication.

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