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Homan AE, Laghaei R, Dittrich M, Meriney SD (2018) Impact of spatiotemporal calcium dynamics within presynaptic active zones on synaptic delay at the frog neuromuscular junction. J Neurophysiol 119:688-699 [PubMed]

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