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The human intrinsic laryngeal muscles (ILMs) are highly specialized for phonation , respiration , and deglutition . Motor endplates (MEPs) and their arrangement in the muscles may be related to the specific function of the larynx . Histochemical techniques were used to determine the distribution of the MEPs in the human ILMs . MEPs of four sets of ILMs obtained from autopsy larynges were clearly visualized using acetylcholinesterase stains (Karnovsky's method & Namba's method) . The human ILMsdoi:10.5426/larynx1989.1.2_89 fatcat:g3nevz5dabdfdlhogl367h4qgu