Role of interstitial cells in Cajal in neural control of gastrointestinal smooth muscles
Specialized cells known as interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC) are distributed in specific locations within the tunica muscularis of the gastrointestinal tract and serve as electrical pacemakers, active propagation pathways for slow waves, and mediators of
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