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Total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy shows Ca2+ sparks in cardiomyocytes from rattus norvegicus, but not from squalus acanthias

Total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy shows Ca2+ sparks in cardiomyocytes from rattus norvegicus, but not from squalus acanthias. Mount Desert Island Biological Labs Bulletin. 1997; 36.


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