By F. Lehmann-Horn, K. Jurkat-Rott
This e-book describes human hereditary ion channel ailments of voltage- and ligand-gated ion channels overlaying the various fields of medication myology, neurology, cardiology, and nephrology requiring a large and interdisciplinary readership. attention-grabbing parallels in pathogenetic mechanisms of illness are particularly emphasised to curiosity even hugely really expert readers in entities outdoor in their fields. every one writer has written an aim review of his or her specific topic in a manner that are supposed to let the reader inside a brief time period to procure a accomplished photograph of the current kingdom of artwork.
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