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Voltage oscillations associated with calcium loading are not caused by a phasic inward current in guinea pig myocytes






Circulation 76(4 PART 2): IV-115

Voltage oscillations associated with calcium loading are not caused by a phasic inward current in guinea pig myocytes



Accession: 029547922



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