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Direct phosphorylation of l type calcium channel by magnesium atp and cyclic amp dependent protein kinase reverses channel activity run down



Direct phosphorylation of l type calcium channel by magnesium atp and cyclic amp dependent protein kinase reverses channel activity run down



Circulation 82(4 Suppl. 3): III343




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