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Tetanus relaxation of fast skeletal muscles of the mouse made parvalbumin deficient by gene inactivation.

Bibliographic reference Raymackers, Jean-Marc ; Gailly, Philippe ; Schoor, M C ; Pette, D ; Schwaller, B ; et. al. Tetanus relaxation of fast skeletal muscles of the mouse made parvalbumin deficient by gene inactivation.. In: The Journal of physiology, Vol. 527 Pt 2, p. 355-64 (2000)
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