Tumour-specific amplitude-modulated radiofrequency electromagnetic fields induce differentiation of hepatocellular carcinoma via targeting Cav3.2 T-type voltage-gated calcium channels and Ca2+ influx

Hugo Jimenez, Minghui Wang, Jacquelyn W. Zimmerman, Michael J. Pennison, Sambad Sharma, Trevor Surratt, Zhi Xiang Xu, Ivan Brezovich, Devin Absher, Richard M. Myers, Barry DeYoung, David L. Caudell, Dongquan Chen, Hui Wen Lo, Hui Kuan Lin, Dwayne W. Godwin, Michael Olivier, Anand Ghanekar, Kui Chen, Lance D. MillerYijian Gong, Myles Capstick, Ralph B. D'Agostino, Reginald Munden, Philippe Merle, Alexandre Barbault, Arthur W. Blackstock, Herbert L. Bonkovsky, Guang Yu Yang, Guangxu Jin, Liang Liu, Wei Zhang, Kounosuke Watabe, Carl F. Blackman*, Boris C. Pasche

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