Targeted deletion of kcne2 impairs ventricular repolarization via disruption of IK,slow1 and Ito,f

Torsten K. Roepke, Andrianos Kontogeorgis, Christopher Ovanez, Xianghua Xu, Jeffrey B. Young, Kerry Purtell, Peter A. Goldstein, David J. Christini, Nicholas S. Peters, Fadi G. Akar, David E. Gutstein, Daniel J. Lerner, Geoffrey W. Abbott

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