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Severi S, Corsi C, Rocchetti M, Zaza A (2009) Mechanisms of beta-adrenergic modulation of I(Ks) in the guinea-pig ventricle: insights from experimental and model-based analysis. Biophys J 96:3862-72 [PubMed]

   A model of beta-adrenergic modulation of IKs in the guinea-pig ventricle (Severi et al. 2009)

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