Inflammatory activation of human cardiac fibroblasts leads to altered calcium signaling, decreased connexin 43 expression and increased glutamate secretion

@article{Skildebrand2017InflammatoryAO,
  title={Inflammatory activation of human cardiac fibroblasts leads to altered calcium signaling, decreased connexin 43 expression and increased glutamate secretion},
  author={Eva Ski{\"o}ldebrand and Annika Lundqvist and Ulrika Björklund and Mikael Sandstedt and Anders Lindahl and Elisabeth Hansson and Lillemor Mattsson Hult{\'e}n},
  journal={Heliyon},
  year={2017},
  volume={3}
}

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