K Ca3.1 channels facilitate K + secretion or Na + absorption depending on apical or basolateral P2Y receptor stimulation

Melissa L Palmer, Elizabeth R Peitzman, Peter J Maniak, Gary C. Sieck, Y. S. Prakash, Scott M O'Grady

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