Antibodies to calcium channels from ALS patients passively transferred to mice selectively increase intracellular calcium and induce ultrastructural changes in motoneurons

József I. Engelhardt, László Siklós, Lászloó Kőműves, R. Glenn Smith, Stanley H. Appel

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