PMID: 1121034Feb 1, 1975Paper

Letter: Are free fatty acids arrhythmogenic?

Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology
L H Opie, W F Lubbe

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Nov 1, 1993·Archives Internationales De Physiologie, De Biochimie Et De Biophysique·S Mouhieddine, J de Leiris
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Aug 1, 1984·Circulation Research·P B CorrB E Sobel
Jan 1, 1981·Circulation Research·A M Katz, F C Messineo
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