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Human cardiac Kir2.1, but not Kir2.3, channel expression is regulated by Nav1.5

Human cardiac Kir2.1, but not Kir2.3, channel expression is regulated by Nav1.5

European Heart Journal 34(Suppl 1): P5019-P5019

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DOI: 10.1093/eurheartj/eht310.p5019

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