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Regulation of calcium channels in smooth muscle: New insights into the role of myosin light chain kinase.

Bibliographic reference Martinsen, A ; Dessy, Chantal ; Morel, N. Regulation of calcium channels in smooth muscle: New insights into the role of myosin light chain kinase.. In: Channels (Austin), Vol. 8, no.5, p. 402-413 (2014)
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