brain

Electrical signals move down a neuron until it reaches the synapse, where it sends chemical messengers across to receptors on the surface of the second neuron
Neurons are long, thin cells that are a lot like telephone wires. Signals move down the neurons as waves of electricity. In order to prevent signals getting crossed, neurons never touch each other. Instead, they come very, very close at places called synapses.

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