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Deletion of protein kinase A phosphorylation sites in the cardiac HERG potassium channel inhibits current suppression and activation shift by protein kinase A



Deletion of protein kinase A phosphorylation sites in the cardiac HERG potassium channel inhibits current suppression and activation shift by protein kinase A



Circulation 100(18 Suppl. ): I 633




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