Biological Reactions Caused by Electric Currents and by X-rays: A Theoretical Study of the Phenomena of Excitation in the Nerve by Different Electric Currents and of the Biological Reactions Caused by X-rays, Both Based Upon a Common Principle
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A HYPOTHETICAL EQUATION OF METABOLISM
SOME GENERAL PROPERTIES
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