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Stimulation of dog kidney sodium potassium atpase by low dose cardiotonic steroids is due to dis inhibition of the enzyme



Stimulation of dog kidney sodium potassium atpase by low dose cardiotonic steroids is due to dis inhibition of the enzyme



American Heart Association Monograph (101): III-63




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