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Impaired adenosine-induced relaxation and decreases in myoplasmic free Ca2+ in porcine collateral-dependent coronary arteries Effects of exercise training



Impaired adenosine-induced relaxation and decreases in myoplasmic free Ca2+ in porcine collateral-dependent coronary arteries Effects of exercise training



Circulation 94(8 Suppl. ): I488




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