Thomas Bolton

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Interstitial cells of Cajal (ICCs) freshly isolated from rabbit portal vein and loaded with the Ca(2+)-sensitive indicator fluo-3 revealed rhythmical [Ca(2+)](i) changes occurring at 0.02-0.1 Hz. Each increase in [Ca(2+)](i) originated from a discrete central region of the ICC and propagated as a [Ca(2+)](i) wave towards the cell periphery, but usually(More)
BACKGROUND The interpretation of trial results can be helped by understanding how generalisable they are to the target population for which inferences are intended. INTERVAL, a large pragmatic randomised trial of blood donors in England, is assessing the effectiveness and safety of reducing inter-donation intervals. The trial recruited mainly from the blood(More)
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