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Impaired calcium pump function does not slow relaxation in human skeletal muscle after prolonged exercise.

Booth J, McKenna MJ, Ruell PA, Gwinn TH, Davis GM, Thompson MW, Harmer AR, Hunter SK, Sutton JR. Impaired calcium pump function does not slow relaxation in human skeletal muscle after prolonged exercise. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1997 Aug; 83(2):511-21.

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