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Ryanodine binding studies of calsequestrin-depleted heavy sarcoplasmic reticulum support a regulatory role of calsequestrin on the ryanodine receptor/Ca-2+ release channel



Ryanodine binding studies of calsequestrin-depleted heavy sarcoplasmic reticulum support a regulatory role of calsequestrin on the ryanodine receptor/Ca-2+ release channel



Biophysical Journal 66(2 Part 2): A224




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