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The Journal of Physiology is planning to publish a special issue containing three thematic white papers that showcase the current state of the understanding on sodium channels and transport. Deadline: 1 June.
Stress in early life can disrupt hormone regulation systems, according to new research in Experimental Physiology
New study published in The Journal of Physiology, and reported by The BBC, The Independent and The Times.
Study published in The Journal of Physiology, and reported by The BBC and The Daily Mail.
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