Items where Author is "Bush, P.G"

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Almulla, H.A, Bush, P.G, Steele, M.G, Ellis, D and Flatman, P.W (2006) Loading rat heart myocytes with Mg2+ using low -[Na+] solutions The Journal of Physiology, 575 (2). pp. 443-454. ISSN 0022-3751

Almulla, H.A, Bush, P.G, Steele, M.G, Flatman, P.W and Ellis, D (2006) Sodium-dependent recovery of ionised magnesium concentration following magnesium load in rat heart myocytes. Pflugers Archive: European Journal of Physiology, 451 (5). pp. 657-667.

Bush, P.G, Hodkinson, P.D, Hamilton, G.L and Hall, A.C (2005) Viability and volume of in situ bovine chondrocytes - changes following a single impact and effects of medium osmolarity. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 13 (1). pp. 54-65.

Bush, P.G, Huntley, J.S, Brenkel, I.J and Hall, A.C (2003) The shape of things to come: chondrocytes and osteoarthritis. Clinical and Investigative Medicine, 26 (5). pp. 249-251.

Hall, A.C, Bush, P.G, Davidson, M.E and Kempson, S.A (2003) Equine articular cartilage chondrocytes: opening the black box Equine Vetinary Journal, 35 (5). pp. 425-428.

Huntley, J.S, Bush, P.G, Hall, A.C and Macnicol, M.F (2003) Looking at the living human growth plate Canadian Medical Association Journal, 168 (4). pp. 459-460. ISSN 0008-4409

Martin, N.C, McCullough, C.T, Bush, P.G, Sharp, L, Hall, A.C and Harrison, D.C (2002) Functional analysis of mouse hepatocytes differing in DNA content: volume, receptor expression, and effect of IFNgamma Journal of Cellular Physiology, 191 (2). pp. 138-144. ISSN 0021-9541

Bush, P.G and Hall, A.C (2001) The osmotic sensitivity of isolated and in situ bovine articular chondrocytes Journal of Orthopaedic Research, 19 (5). pp. 768-778. ISSN 0736-0266

Bush, P.G and Hall, A.C (2001) Regulatory volume decrease (RVD) by isolated and in situ bovine articular chondrocytes Journal of Cellular Physiology, 187 (3). pp. 304-314. ISSN 0021-9541

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