Ca2+- and volume-sensitive chloride currents are differentially regulated by agonists and store-operated Ca2+ entry.

Alexander Zholos, N. Prevarskaya, B. Beck, V. Sydorenko, L. Lemonnier, P. Bordat, R. Skryma

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