LQT5 masquerading as LQT2: A dominant negative effect of KCNE1-D85N rare polymorphism on KCNH2 current

Eyal Nof, Hector Barajas-Martinez, Michael Eldar, Janire Urrutia, Gabriel Caceres, Gail Rosenfeld, David Bar-Lev, Micha Feinberg, Elena Burashnikov, Oscar Casis, Dan Hu, Michael Glikson, Charles Antzelevitch*

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