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Functional interactions between muscarinic and beta adrenergic receptors in modulating the calcium action potential and adenylate cyclase activity in isolated myocytes



Functional interactions between muscarinic and beta adrenergic receptors in modulating the calcium action potential and adenylate cyclase activity in isolated myocytes



Federation Proceedings 44(4): 1249




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