(2) A synapse wherein a nerve impulse in the presynaptic cell results in the release of inhibitory neurotransmitters that triggers the opening of multiple ion channels in the postsynaptic cell membrane so that negative ions move into (or positive ions move out of) the cell, thereby stabilizing its resting potential. In such a case, the probability of reaching the firing threshold for an action potential is reduced.
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