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Electrical and Mechanical Activity of the Chick Amnion

Naturevolume 193pages488489 (1962) | Download Citation

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A PHYSIOLOGICAL study of conduction and excitation in the smooth muscle of the chick amnion is of interest as this structure is devoid of nervous elements.

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  1. Department of Pharmacology, School of Pharmacy, University of London, Brunswick Square, W.C.1

    • ALAN W. CUTHBERT

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