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Sandison-Clark chamber

Pronunciation: san′di-sŏn klahrk

Definition: a chamber that can be fitted over a hole punched in a rabbit's ear, so that tissue will grow to fill the defect between two transparent plates; if the distance between the plates is small, the living tissue can be studied microscopically.

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