The role of KCNQ1/KCNE1 K+ channels in intestine and pancreas: Lessons from the KCNE1 knockout mouse

R. Warth, M. Garcia Alzamora, J. Kim, A. Zdebik, R. Nitschke, M. Bleich, U. Gerlach, J. Barhanin, S. Kim

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