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Exaggerated rate of tubular calcium transport in the pre hypertensive stage of spontaneously hypertensive rats further evidence for a generalized defect in membrane calcium regulation



Exaggerated rate of tubular calcium transport in the pre hypertensive stage of spontaneously hypertensive rats further evidence for a generalized defect in membrane calcium regulation



Clinical Research 33(2 Part 1): 490A




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