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

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2. Increased expression of the auxiliary b2-subunit of ventricular L-type Ca 2+ channels leads to single-channel activity characteristic of heart failure. PLoS One 2: e292

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3. PII: S1388-9842 Ž02.00007-7 Lactic acidosis following heart transplantation: a common phenomenon?

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7. Increased Expression of the Auxiliary b 2-subunit of Ventricular L-type Ca 2+ Channels Leads to Single- Channel Activity Characteristic of Heart Failure

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8. The FASEB Journal • Research Communication Mechanism of Ca v1.2 channel modulation by the amino terminus of cardiac � 2-subunits

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9. Increased Expression of the Auxiliary β-subunit of Ventricular L-type Ca Channels Leads to Single-Channel Activity Characteristic of Heart Failure-3


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10. Increased Expression of the Auxiliary β-subunit of Ventricular L-type Ca Channels Leads to Single-Channel Activity Characteristic of Heart Failure-4


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