Home Science and Nature A gain-of-function HCN4 mutant in the HCN domain is responsible for inappropriate sinus tachycardia in a Spanish family

A gain-of-function HCN4 mutant in the HCN domain is responsible for inappropriate sinus tachycardia in a Spanish family

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 120, Issue 49, December 2023.
Source : National Academy of Sciences

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