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March 27, 1948


JAMA. 1948;136(13):884-886. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890300034011

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SYMPOSIUM ON THE PHYSIOLOGY OF ACETYLCHOLINE  A symposium on the physiology of Acetylcholine is to take place atthe Army Chemical Center, Maryland, on April 21. The list of principal speakers and the names of the opening discussants are as follows:

  1. The Role of Acetylcholine in Conduction. Dr. David Nachmansohn Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Opening discussant, Dr. Stephen Krop of the Army Chemical Center.

  2. Quaternary Ammonium Ions in Nerve Physiology. Dr. R. Lorente de No, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research. Opening discussant, Dr. Stephen W. Kuffler, Johns Hopkins University.

  3. Acetylcholine as a Pharmacologic agent. Dr. Theodore Koppanyi, Georgetown University School of Medicine. Opening discussant, Dr. Chester Darrow, Institute of Juvenile Research.

  4. The Mode of Action of Acetylcholine. Dr. J.

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