A CACNA1C variant associated with reduced voltage-dependent inactivation, increased CaV1.2 channel window current, and arrhythmogenesis

Jessica A. Hennessey, Nicole J. Boczek, Yong Hui Jiang, Joelle D. Miller, William Patrick, Ryan Pfeiffer, Brittan S. Sutphin, David J. Tester, Hector Barajas-Martinez, Michael J. Ackerman, Charles Antzelevitch, Ronald Kanter, Geoffrey S. Pitt

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