Tudor griffith, gap junctions and conducted vasodilatation: Electromechanical coupling back in the limelight
ABSTRACT:: Tudor Griffith's untimely death cut short a research career focused on the mechanisms regulating vascular tone and blood flow. This brief review highlights the contribution that Tudor's work made to 3 main areas: the early days of study toward
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