The intermediate-conductance calcium-activated potassium channel KCa3.1 contributes to atherogenesis in mice and humans

Kazuyoshi Toyama, Heike Wulff, K. George Chandy, Philippe Azam, Girija Raman, Takashi Saito, Yoshimasa Fujiwara, David L. Mattson, Satarupa Das, James E. Melvin, Phillip F. Pratt, Ossama A. Hatoum, David D. Gutterman, David R. Harder, Hiroto Miura

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