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were normalized by reprobing the same blots with 32P 5'-endlabeled oligo(dT). In both species, exchanger mRNA levels peaked near birth and declined postnatally. Maximal levels were approximately sixfold greater in the late fetal rabbit (gestational day 29) and eightfold greater in the early newborn rat (postnatal day 1) compared with adults of the respective species. The parallel changes in exchanger mRNA and protein levels suggest that developmental regulation of cardiac Na+-Ca 2+ exchangerdoi:10.1161/01.res.74.2.354 pmid:8293573 fatcat:efixddkocbhzrfcls6vy2bcnui