L-type Ca2+ channels and K+ channels specifically modulate the frequency and amplitude of spontaneous Ca2+ oscillations and have distinct roles in prolactin release in GH3 cells

Andrew C. Charles, Elemer T. Piros, Chris J. Evans, Tim G. Hales

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