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1. ORIGINAL ARTICLE Enhanced Glucose Tolerance by SK4 Channel Inhibition

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2. BK Channels Control Cerebellar Purkinje and Golgi Cell Rhythmicity In Vivo

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3. BMC Developmental Biology BioMed Central

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4. PSA Doubling Time Predicts for the Development of Distant Metastases for Patients Who Fail 3DCRT Or IMRT Using the Phoenix Definition

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5. Increased adhesion and aggregation of platelets lacking cyclic guanosine 3�,5�monophosphate kinase I

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6. Increased adhesion and aggregation of platelets lacking cyclic guanosine 3�,5�monophosphate kinase I

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7. Neuronal Ca 2+-Activated K + Channels Limit Brain Infarction and Promote Survival

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8. The FASEB Journal • Research Communication Reduced rather than enhanced cholinergic airway constriction in mice with ablation of the large

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9. Drug testing has been used in schools for several years


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10. Environment and humanity


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