volume 2, issue 3, P206-208 1879
DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.1879.sp000058
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Abstract: SOME months ago I undertook to make in the Physiological Laboratory of Harvard Medical College, certain investigations which involved the accurate notation of the time of muscular movements, for which purpose a pendulum-myograph such as is described and figured by Wu rdt in his Mechanik der Nerven seemed best adapted.Our apparatus would, therefore, have been modelled from the account there given, but for the fact that its cost would have been too great.This compelled certain modifications, the adoption of whi…

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