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We have previously shown the presence of activated neutrophils and downstream mediators in vulnerable plaque from ACS patients (PMID: 27913753).

Here we will investigate the ability of colchicine to stabilise vulnerable coronary plaque via suppression of neutrophil function in ACS patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention.

The team

Dr Rahul Kurup

PhD Student

Jennifer Barraclough

PhD Student

Bradley Tucker

Visiting Student

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