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Effect of nifedipine on the ion channels formed by alpha(1) subunits of the cardiac and vascular muscle L-type Ca channels

Bibliographic reference Bouryi, VA. Effect of nifedipine on the ion channels formed by alpha(1) subunits of the cardiac and vascular muscle L-type Ca channels. In: Neurophysiology, Vol. 31, no. 6, p. 361-364 (1999)
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