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Drosophila CaV2 channels harboring human migraine mutations cause synapse hyperexcitability that can be suppressed by inhibition of a Ca2+ store release pathway.

Drosophila CaV2 channels harboring human migraine mutations cause synapse hyperexcitability that can be suppressed by inhibition of a Ca2+ store release pathway.
Brusich DJ, Spring AM, James TD, Yeates CJ, Helms TH, Frank CA
bioRxiv. 2018 Jul 18.
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