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24 GILBERT GOTTLIEB effects of electrical fields on the growth of nerve terminals and supporting cells in tissue culture, but nothing definite is known about the supposedly different directional effects which such treatment should have on the growth of axons and dendrites. With the use of the electron microscope and microelectrode recording from synapses formed in culture, it should be possible to answer that question. In summary, the present status of the electrical field hypothesis is as follows.

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