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Neurons:
A. may be myelinated by microglia.
B. secrete neurotransmitters from their nerve terminals in response to action potentials.
C. are the most abundance cell-type in the brain
D. often contain swellings at the nerve endings known as synaptic battons
E. conduct information following sub-threashold signal detection.

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