Type I and type II Na+ channel α-subunit polypeptides exhibit distinct spatial and temporal patterning, and association with auxiliary subunits in rat brain

Belvin Gong, Kenneth J. Rhodes, Zewditu Bekele-Arcuri, James Trimmer

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