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This volume is the thirteenth in a series of the Abraham Flexner lectures given in the School of Medicine of Vanderbilt University. There were seven lectures, and in the first one Dr. Burn treated the subject of medical education and medical science, and brought out many differences in medical education in England and in America. The second lecture dealt with the historical observations of acetylcholine and the heart, and also some of the more recent work that Dr. Burn has engaged in concerning the effect of acetylcholine on cardiac muscle aside from its inhibitory effect through its cholinergic action. The
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Functions of Autonomic Transmitters.. Ann Intern Med. 1957;47:375. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-47-2-375_1
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