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March 2010

Volume 9Issue 3p431-592
Open Access
On the cover: This proteomics study is the first to identify myofilament proteins in skinned cardiomyocytes. The spatial distribution of phosphatases in response to beta-adrenergic stimulation indicates the important interaction of kinases and phosphatases during cardiac contractility....
On the cover: This proteomics study is the first to identify myofilament proteins in skinned cardiomyocytes. The spatial distribution of phosphatases in response to beta-adrenergic stimulation indicates the important interaction of kinases and phosphatases during cardiac contractility.

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