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1. BMC Research Physiology article (2001) 1:3 Functional interaction between TRP4 and CFTR in mouse aorta endothelial cells

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2. BMC Cancer BioMed Central

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3. Altered Inactivation of Ca 2 � Current and Ca 2 � Release in Mouse Muscle Fibers Deficient in the DHP receptor � 1 subunit

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

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5. A) cDNA from murine TRP4 +/+ and TRP4 -/- MAEC (lanes 1 and 2), human umbilical vein cells (HUVEC, l


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6. Functional interaction between TRP4 and CFTR in mouse aorta endothelial cells-1


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7. Functional interaction between TRP4 and CFTR in mouse aorta endothelial cells-2


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8. Functional interaction between TRP4 and CFTR in mouse aorta endothelial cells-3


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9. Embryos Impairs Cardiac Development and Contraction With Secondary Defects in Vascular Maturation

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10. Phenotype of a recombinant store-operated channel: highly selective permeation of Ca2+

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