Proceedings of the Royal Society of London

    The number of substances which have been shown to possess more or less well-marked anæsthetising properties reaches some hundreds, and hence it is obvious that the action cannot have a different explanation in each case, but rather depends upon some general type of interaction between the anaesthetic and the active part of the cell, which is the cell-protoplasm.


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