PMID: 886606Jun 24, 1977

Mechanism of Ca2+-dependent selective rapid K+-transport induced by propranolol in red cells

The Journal of Membrane Biology
I SzászG Gárdos

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

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Citations

Jan 1, 1982·Pharmacology & Therapeutics·J S Wiley, K E McCulloch
Feb 1, 1981·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·M VolpiM B Feinstein
Aug 1, 1978·British Journal of Haematology·I SzászG Gárdos
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