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The dependence of electrophysiological derangements on accumulation of endogenous long-chain acyl carnitine in hypoxic neonatal rat myocytes.

Knabb MT, Saffitz JE, Corr PB, Sobel BE. The dependence of electrophysiological derangements on accumulation of endogenous long-chain acyl carnitine in hypoxic neonatal rat myocytes. Circ Res. 1986 Feb; 58(2):230-40.

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