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2. Single-centre all-comers registry reveals promising long-term clinical results of the Endeavor TM -Stent


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5. Regulation of Cardiac L-Type Ca2+ Current in Na+-Ca2+ Exchanger Knockout Mice: Functional Coupling of the Ca2+ Channel and the Na+-Ca2+ Exchanger

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6. Excitation–Contraction Coupling in Na+–Ca2+ Exchanger Knockout Mice: Reduced Transsarcolemmal Ca2+ Flux

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7. Na+-Ca2+exchange in the regulation of cardiac excitation-contraction coupling


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9. Acute desensitization of GIRK current in rat atrial myocytes is related to K+ current flow

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10. Cardiovascular consequence of reclining vs. sitting beach-chair body position for induction of anesthesia

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