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Abstract

SUMMARY: Tools required for the more delicate processes of micromanipulation are not commercially available and existing equipment for their making is expensive. Some cheaper equipment is described, comprising a gas forge and an electric forge which together suffice to prepare the tools needed for isolating single cells, for injecting and dissecting living tissue and living cells, and for determining their electrical potential.

A simple hanging-drop micromanipulation chamber is described.

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1947-06-01
2022-01-26
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