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Some Aspects Of The Nerve Endings And Synapses In The Vocalis Muscle.

J. Morales, J. Rama, M. Gayoso
Published 1980 · Medicine

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By histochemical and ultrastructural techniques, the nerve endings and terminal plates in the human vocalis muscle have been studied. The distribution, variety and strong acetylcholinesterase activity of the terminal plates, suggest a diversified muscular activity according to the different physiological activities.
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