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|Statement||edited by Pawan K. Singal, Vincenzo Panagia and Grant N. Pierce.|
|Series||Developments in molecular and cellular biochemistry ;, 22, Developments in molecular and cellular biochemistry ;, v. 22.|
|Contributions||Singal, Pawan K., Panagia, Vincenzo., Pierce, Grant N.|
|LC Classifications||RC669.9 .C45 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||353 p. :|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||97021934|
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The Cellular Basis of Cardiovascular Function in Health and Disease. Editors (view affiliations) Pawan K. Singal; Vincenzo Panagia; Search within book.
Front Matter. Pages i PDF. Vascular Changes in Health and Disease. Front Matter. Contractile function necessitates a high turnover of ATP in the myocardium, and hence a correspondingly high rate of mitochondrial ATP production.
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