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Smith PD, Brett SE, Luykenaar KD, Sandow SL, Marrelli SP, Vigmond EJ, Welsh DG (2008) KIR channels function as electrical amplifiers in rat vascular smooth muscle. J Physiol 586:1147-60 [PubMed]

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