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Physiology Test Question
During a cardiac myocyte contraction, some of the Ca2+ necessary for contraction comes from the extracellular fluid. During relaxation, this Ca2+ will have to be extruded from the cell. Most of this Ca2+ is removed from the cell due to the activity of the:
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Posted: Monday, December 29, 2014