A new role for extracellular Ca2+ in gap-junction remodeling: Studies in humans and rats

S. Dhein, N. Duerrschmidt, A. Scholl, A. Boldt, J. S. Schulte, B. Pfannmüller, D. Rojas-Gomez, A. Scheffler, J. A. Haefliger, N. Doll, F. W. Mohr

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