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Role of the JP45-calsequestrin complex on calcium entry in slow twitch skeletal muscles



Role of the JP45-calsequestrin complex on calcium entry in slow twitch skeletal muscles



Journal of Biological Chemistry 291(39): 20824




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PMID: 27664065

DOI: 10.1074/jbc.A115.709071


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