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Zhang, W, Tan, YY, Wu, C and Silva, SRP (2012) Self-assembly of single walled carbon nanotubes onto cotton to make conductive yarn Particuology, 10 (4). 517 - 521. ISSN 1674-2001

Wu, C, Gui, GP and Fry, CH (2011) Intracellular Ca(2+) regulation and electrophysiolgical properties of bladder urothelium subjected to stretch and exogenous agonists. Cell Calcium, 49 (6). 395 - 399. ISSN 0143-4160

Sui, G, Fry, CH, Malone-Lee, J and Wu, C (2009) Aberrant Ca2+ oscillations in smooth muscle cells from overactive human bladders CELL CALCIUM, 45 (5). 456 - 464. ISSN 0143-4160

Roosen, A, Fry, CH, Sui, G and Wu, C (2009) Adreno-muscarinic synergy in the bladder trigone: Calcium-dependent and -independent mechanisms CELL CALCIUM, 45 (1). 11 - 17. ISSN 0143-4160

Wu, C, Thiruchelvam, N, Sui, G, Woolf, AS, Cuckow, P and Fry, CH (2007) Ca(2+) regulation in detrusor smooth muscle from ovine fetal bladder after in utero bladder outflow obstruction JOURNAL OF UROLOGY, 177 (2). 776 - 780. ISSN 0022-5347

Fry, CH, Sui, G and Wu, C (2006) T-type Ca2+ channels in non-vascular smooth muscles CELL CALCIUM, 40 (2). 231 - 239. ISSN 0143-4160

Fry, CH, Sui, G and Wu, C (2006) T-type Ca2+ channels in non-vascular smooth muscles CELL CALCIUM, 40 (2). 231 - 239. ISSN 0143-4160

Wu, C, Sui, G, Thiruchelvam, N, Cuckow, P and Fry, CH (2006) Ca2+ regulation in detrusor smooth muscle from developing fetal sheep bladders. Cell Calcium, 39 (4). 367 - 374. ISSN 0143-4160

Wu, C, Sui, G, Thiruchelvam, N, Cuckow, P and Fry, CH (2006) Ca2+ regulation in detrusor smooth muscle from developing fetal sheep bladders. Cell Calcium, 39 (4). 367 - 374. ISSN 0143-4160

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