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1. 0 1993 Federation of European Biochemical Societies 00145793/93/$4.00

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2. ARTICLE The Journal of General Physiology

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3. Tissue-specific expression of high-voltage-activated dihydropyridine-sensitive L-type calcium channels

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4. A G Protein-gated K Channel Is Activated via [32-adrenergic Receptors and G[3 / Subunits in

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5. Cellular/Molecular

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6. A G Protein-gated K Channel Is Activated via [32-adrenergic Receptors and G[3 / Subunits in Xenopus Oocytes

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7. A G protein-gated K channel is activated via [32-adrenergic receptors and C,~ subunits in Xenopus oocytes

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8. Heterologous facilitation of G protein–activated K � channels by �-adrenergic stimulation via cAMP-dependent protein kinase

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9. Anion-Sensitive Regions of L-Type CaV1.2 Calcium Channels Expressed in HEK293 Cells

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10. cAMP-dependent regulation of cardiac L-type Ca 2� channels requires membrane targeting of PKA and phosphorylation of channel subunits. Neuron 19:185–196

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