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Effect of adaptation to stress on electrical activity, contractility, and resistance of papillary muscle to excess of intracellar calcium

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Meerson, F.Z., Malyshev, I.Y. Effect of adaptation to stress on electrical activity, contractility, and resistance of papillary muscle to excess of intracellar calcium. Bull Exp Biol Med 108, 1541–1545 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00839681

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  • stress
  • adaptation
  • resting potential
  • resistance