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Bau und Funktion der neuromuskulären Synapse

  • A. Struppler
  • B. Mansouri Taleghani
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 22)

Zusammenfassung

Die neuromuskuläre Synapse ist das Funktionsglied in der Motorik, an dem Nervenimpulse auf Muskelfasern übertragen werden, also die Verbindung zwischen axonaler Endigung und Muskelzelle. Die Anzahl der von einem Motoneuron innervierten Muskelfasern, die zusammen mit ihm eine sogenannte motorische Einheit bilden, ist sehr unterschiedlich, ihre morphologischen und physiologischen Eigenschaften jedoch ähnlich. Beim M. rectus externus oculi des Menschen z. B. innerviert ein Neuron 13 Muskelfasern, während es im M. gastrocnemius bis zu 1.700 Muskelfasern innerviert.

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  • B. Mansouri Taleghani

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