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2008

Förster, C.; Burek, M.; Romero, I. A.; Weksler, B.; Couraud, P. O. and Drenckhahn, D. (2008). Differential effects of hydrocortisone and TNFalpha on tight junction proteins in an in vitro model of the human blood-brain barrier. Journal of Physiology, 586(7) pp. 1937–1949. file

2004

Phillips, J.B.; Smit, X.; De Zoysa, N.; Afoke, A. and Brown, R.A. (2004). Peripheral nerves in the rat exhibit localized heterogeneity of tensile properties during limb movement. Journal of Physiology, 557(3) pp. 879–887.

2001

Mackenzie, Lauren; Bootman, Martin D.; Berridge, Michael J. and Lipp, Peter (2001). Predetermined recruitment of calcium release sites underlies excitation-contraction coupling in rat atrial myocytes. Journal of Physiology, 530(3) pp. 417–429. file

1992

Bootman, Martin D.; Berridge, Michael J. and Taylor, Colin W. (1992). All-or-nothing Ca2+ mobilization from the intracellular stores of single histamine-stimulated HeLa cells. Journal of Physiology, 450 pp. 163–178. restricted access item, not available for direct download

1987

Alkhateeb, Wafa; Bromley, Jane; Javadia, Atafeh and Ruddock, K. H. (1987). Functional mapping of stimulus colour in human subjects suffering a central visual defect. In: Journal of Physiology, The Physiological Society, 388(suppl) p. 44. file

1986

Bromley, J. M.; Humphreys, G. W.; Javadnia, A.; Riddoch, M. J. and Ruddock, K. H. (1986). Pattern discrimination in a human subject suffering visual agnosia. In: Journal of Physiology, 377(suppl) 67P. file

1985

Blythe, I. M.; Bromley, J. M.; Kennard, C. and Ruddock, K. H. (1985). Abnormal prolongation of visual sensations in a human subject. In: Journal of Physiology, 367(Suppl.) 20P. file

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