CaMKII oxidation is a critical performance/disease trade-off acquired at the dawn of vertebrate evolution

Qinchuan Wang*, Erick O. Hernández-Ochoa, Meera C. Viswanathan, Ian D. Blum, Danh C. Do, Jonathan M. Granger, Kevin R. Murphy, An Chi Wei, Susan Aja, Naili Liu, Corina M. Antonescu, Liliana D. Florea, C. Conover Talbot, David Mohr, Kathryn R. Wagner, Sergi Regot, Richard M. Lovering, Peisong Gao, Mario A. Bianchet, Mark N. WuAnthony Cammarato, Martin F. Schneider, Gabriel S. Bever, Mark E. Anderson

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