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Virtually all-or-none inhibition of cytosolic Ca pulsing in melanotrophs of Xenopus laevis by secreto-inhibitory transmitters and the Ca-channel blockers Ni and omega-conotoxin

Virtually all-or-none inhibition of cytosolic Ca pulsing in melanotrophs of Xenopus laevis by secreto-inhibitory transmitters and the Ca-channel blockers Ni and omega-conotoxin

Japanese Journal of Physiology 44(Suppl. 1): S47

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