Diphenyl Phosphine Oxide-1-Sensitive K+ Channels Contribute to the Vascular Tone and Reactivity of Resistance Arteries From Brain and Skeletal Muscle

Ibra S. Fancher, Joshua T. Butcher, Steven D. Brooks, Trey S. Rottgen, Paulina R. Skaff, Jefferson C. Frisbee, Gregory M. Dick

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