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Cardiac gene expression profiling may reveal key differences between physiologic and pathologic cardiac hypertrophy
A mutation of ion-conducting pore without effect on ion selectivity of the sodium channel
Gene expression profiling of exercise-induced cardiac hypertrophy in rats
Ion channel regulation of the dynamical instability of the resting membrane potential in saccular hair cells of the green frog (Rana esculenta)
Novel Brugada syndrome-causing mutation in ion-conducting pore of cardiac Na+ channel does not affect ion selectivity properties
Escherichia coli derived factors modulate human granulosa cell steroidogenesis
A single bout of exercise is followed by a prolonged decrease in the interstitial glucose concentration in skeletal muscle
Neuromuscular function during prolonged pedalling exercise at different cadences
Protein kinases A and C stimulate the Na+ active transport in frog skeletal muscle without an appreciable change in the number of sarcolemmal Na+ pumps
Comparison on plasma caesium kinetics in goats and horses with special emphasis on exercising horses
Acknowledgement to Referees