Neural motor complexes propagate continuously along the full length of mouse small intestine and colon, supplementary tables
Spencer, Nicholas John
Hibberd, Timothy J
Arkwright, John W
Brookes, Simon Jonathan
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Five supplementary data tables to accompany the publication entitled: “Neural motor complexes propagate continuously along the full length of mouse small intestine and colon”. Table 1 describes the extent of motor complexes according to their type of propagation. Table 2 and 3 describes the numbers and proportions of antegrade, retrograde and simultaneous motor complexes that occurred in the small intestine, colon or across the full intestine under control conditions and after the addition of the cholinesterase inhibitor, physostigmine (1 µM). Table 4 describes the total counts and proportions of motor complexes in small intestine, colon and full intestine under control conditions and in physostigmine (1 µM). Table 5 shows the lengths of motor complexes per propagation type under control conditions and in physostigmine (1 µM).
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