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Introductory Lecture on Muscle Contraction

  • A. F. Huxley
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Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 332)

Abstract

Dr. Okinaga and Professor Sugi, most of all: thank you for bringing us all together. I congratulate Professor Sugi on the way in which he has collected such a large proportion of the people who are contributing to the present-day work in muscle and breaking new ground into the future.

Keywords

Lactic Acid High Refractive Index Iodoacetic Acid Frog Muscle Contraction Band 
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