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Diversity of sodium channels in adult and cultured cells, in oocytes and in lipid bilayers

  • Berthold Neumcke
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Sodium Channel Sodium Current Giant Axon Frog Skeletal Muscle Squid Giant Axon 
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  • Berthold Neumcke
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  1. 1.I. Physiologisches InstitutUniversität des SaarlandesHomburg (Saar)FRG

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