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    It is very pleasing that many countries are now setting up their own ‘Purine Clubs’. A recent meeting in Chieti brought together the Purine Clubs of Italy and Germany with over 150 participants. It was a highly successful meeting and a Report about the meeting from Professors Francesco Caciagli and Peter Illes follows. We hope other countries will follow their lead.

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    Editorial. Purinergic Signalling 1, 295 (2005).

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