Published Date 1952/12/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1492200793

 Inouye says thst, heretofore, studies on actions of cell cilia have been conducted on the basis of observation of movement of the agent which were applied as a solution on the surf ace of the cilia such studies can not exclude factors that might be influenced by the character of the mucous which lay intermediately between the agent and the cilia. To overcome this influence the author devised a method with which direct observations of ciliary movements are made by viewing an excised specimen of mucous membrane obtained from a living person or a person who had died recently under low power lens of the microscope. The process and technic of this methods are discussed.

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