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TRP Channels: Methods in Signal Transduction

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TRP Channels: Methods in Signal Transduction
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Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1439818606
ISBN-13: 9781439818602
Number of pages: 499

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A comprehensive review of the field, TRP Channels spans the information gap by providing broad coverage of current methods and techniques commonly used in TRP channel research, and detailed protocols with thorough discussions of the advantages and disadvantages across methods.

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