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Neuromuscular junction (closer view)

1. presynaptic terminal 2. sarcolemma 3. synaptic vesicles 4. Acetylcholine receptors 5. mitchondrion

Within the synaptic junction in skeletal muscle of a Myasthenia Gravis patient, the AChR are dramatically reduced.

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