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    1. Antzelevitch, C
      Heterogeneity of cellular repolarization in LQTS: the role of M cells

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL SUPPLEMENTS
    2. Antzelevitch, C; Nesterenko, VV; Muzikant, AL; Rice, JJ; Chen, G; Colatsky, T
      Influence of transmural repolarization gradients on the electrophysiology and pharmacology of ventricular myocardium. Cellular basis for the Brugada and long-QT syndromes

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES
    3. Sun, ZQ; Thomas, GP; Antzelevitch, C
      Chromanol 293B inhibits slowly activating delayed rectifier and transient outward currents in canine left ventricular myocytes

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Antzelevitch, C
      The Brugada syndrome: Ionic basis and arrhythmia mechanisms

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Sun, ZQ; Thomas, G; Antzelevitch, C
      Role of the delayed rectifier component I-Ks in cardiac repolarization - Reply

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Zygmunt, AC; Eddlestone, GT; Thomas, GP; Nesterenko, VV; Antzelevitch, C
      Larger late sodium conductance in M cells contributes to electrical heterogeneity in canine ventricle

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Antzelevitch, C; Fish, J
      Electrical heterogeneity within the ventricular wall

      BASIC RESEARCH IN CARDIOLOGY
    8. Antzelevitch, C
      Basic mechanisms of reentrant arrhythmias

      CURRENT OPINION IN CARDIOLOGY
    9. Antzelevitch, C
      The Brugada syndrome: diagnostic criteria and cellular mechanisms

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL
    10. Schneider, E; Knoll, AG; Carmeliet, E; Fozzard, HA; Hiraoka, M; Janse, J; Ogawa, S; Roden, DM; Rosen, MR; Rudy, Y; Schwartz, PJ; Matteo, S; Camm, AJ; Antzelevitch, C; Boyden, PA; Catterall, WA; Fishman, GI; George, AL; Izumo, S; Jalife, J; January, CT; Kleber, AG; Marban, E; Marks, AR; Spooner, PM; Waldo, AL; Weiss, JM; Zipes, DP
      New approaches to antiarrhythmic therapy - Emerging therapeutic applications of the cell biology of cardiac arrhythmias

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL
    11. Antzelevitch, C
      Molecular basis for the transmural distribution of the transient outward current

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    12. Antzelevitch, C
      Tpeak-Tend interval as an index of transmural dispersion of repolarization

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    13. Carmeliet, E; Fozzard, HA; Hiraoka, M; Janse, MJ; Ogawa, S; Roden, DM; Rosen, MR; Rudy, Y; Schwartz, PJ; Matteo, PS; Antzelevitch, C; Boyden, PA; Catterall, WA; Fishman, GI; George, AL; Izumo, S; Jalife, J; January, CT; Kleber, AG; Marban, E; Marks, AR; Spooner, PM; Waldo, AL; Weiss, JM; Zipes, DLP
      New approaches to antiarrhythmic therapy, part I - Emerging therapeutic applications of the cell biology of cardiac arrhythmias

      CIRCULATION
    14. Franco, D; Demolombe, S; Kupershmidt, S; Dumaine, R; Dominguez, JN; Roden, D; Antzelevitch, C; Escande, D; Moorman, AFM
      Divergent expression of delayed rectifier K+ channel subunits during mouseheart development

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    15. Antzelevitch, C
      Transmural dispersion of repolarization and the T wave

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    16. Naccarelli, GV; Antzelevitch, C
      The Brugada syndrome: Clinical, genetic, cellular, and molecular abnormalities

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    17. Antzelevitch, C; Zvgmunt, AC
      Experimental models to assess the role of heterogeneous repolarization in arrhythmogenesis

      MYOCARDIAL REPOLARIZATION: FROM GENE TO BEDSIDE
    18. Nesterenko, VV; Weissenburger, J; Antzelevitch, C
      Hybrid action potential etiology - Reply

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Burashnikov, A; Antzelevitch, C
      Block of I-Ks does not induce early afterdepolarization activity but promotes beta-adrenergic agonist-induced delayed afterdepolarization activity

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    20. Weissenburger, J; Nesterenko, VV; Antzelevitch, C
      Transmural heterogeneity of ventricular repolarization under baseline and long QT conditions in the canine heart in vivo: Torsades de Pointes develops with halothane but not pentobarbital anesthesia

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Shimizu, W; Antzelevitch, C; Suyama, K; Kurita, T; Taguchi, A; Aihara, N; Takaki, H; Sunagawa, K; Kamakura, S
      Effect of sodium channel blockers on ST segment, QRS duration, and corrected QT interval in patients with Brugada syndrome

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Shimizu, W; Antzelevitch, C
      Differential effects of beta-adrenergic agonists and antagonists in LQT1, LQT2 and LQT3 models of the long QT syndrome

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    23. Zygmunt, AC; Goodrow, RJ; Antzelevitch, C
      I-NaCa contributes to electrical heterogeneity within the canine ventricle

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Haverkamp, W; Breithardt, G; Camm, AJ; Janse, MJ; Rosen, MR; Antzelevitch, C; Escande, D; Franz, M; Malik, M; Moss, A; Shah, R
      The potential for QT prolongation and proarrhythmia by non-antiarrhythmic drugs: clinical and regulatory implications - Report on a Policy Conferenceof the European Society of cardiology

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL
    25. Schwartz, PJ; Priori, SG; Dumaine, R; Napolitano, C; Antzelevitch, C; Stramba-Badiale, M; Richard, TA; Berti, MR; Bloise, R
      A molecular link between the sudden infant death syndrome and the long-QT syndrome.

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    26. Gussak, I; Antzelevitch, C
      Early repolarization syndrome: Clinical characteristics and possible cellular and ionic mechanisms

      JOURNAL OF ELECTROCARDIOLOGY
    27. Antzelevitch, C; Yan, GX
      Cellular and ionic mechanisms responsible for the Brugada syndrome

      JOURNAL OF ELECTROCARDIOLOGY
    28. Antzelevitch, C
      Electrical heterogeneity, cardiac arrhythmias, and the sodium channel

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    29. Shimizu, W; Antzelevitch, C
      Effects of a K+ channel opener to reduce transmural dispersion of repolarization and prevent torsade de pointes in LQT1, LQT2, and LQT3 models of thelong-QT syndrome

      CIRCULATION
    30. Brugada, R; Brugada, J; Antzelevitch, C; Kirsch, GE; Potenza, D; Towbin, JA; Brugada, P
      Sodium channel blockers identify risk for sudden death in patients with ST-Segment elevation and right bundle branch block but structurally normal hearts

      CIRCULATION
    31. Haverkamp, W; Breithardt, G; Camm, AJ; Janse, MJ; Rosen, MR; Antzelevitch, C; Escande, D; Franz, M; Malik, M; Moss, A; Shah, R
      The potential for QT prolongation and pro-arrhythmia by non-anti-arrhythmic drugs: Clinical and regulatory implications Report on a Policy Conferenceof the European Society of Cardiology

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    32. Antzelevitch, C; Yan, GX; Shimizu, W; Sicouri, S; Eddlestone, G; Zygmunt, AC
      Electrophysiologic characteristics of M cells and their role in arrhythmias

      MONOPHASIC ACTION POTENTIALS: BRIDGING CELL AND BEDSIDE
    33. Shimizu, W; Ohe, T; Antzelevitch, C
      Early afterdepolarizations and polymorphic ventricular arrhythmias in acquired and congenital long QT syndrome: Observations from clinical and experimental studies

      MONOPHASIC ACTION POTENTIALS: BRIDGING CELL AND BEDSIDE
    34. Antzelevitch, C; Shimizu, W; Yan, GX; Sicouri, S; Weissenburger, J; Nesterenko, VV; Burashnikov, A; Di Diego, J; Saffitz, J; Thomas, GP
      Untitled - Reply

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. Antzelevitch, C; Shimizu, W; Yan, GX; Sicouri, S; Weissenburger, J; Nesterenko, VV; Burashnikov, A; Di Diego, J; Saffitz, J; Thomas, GP
      The M cell: Its contribution to the ECG and to normal and abnormal electrical function of the heart

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    36. Shimizu, W; McMahon, B; Antzelevitch, C
      Sodium pentobarbital reduces transmural dispersion of repolarization and prevents torsades de pointes in models of acquired and congenital long QT syndrome

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    37. Gussak, I; Antzelevitch, C; Bjerregaard, P; Towbin, JA; Chaitman, BR
      The Brugada syndrome: Clinical, electrophysiologic and genetic aspects

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    38. Antzelevitch, C
      Ion channels and ventricular arrhythmias: cellular and ionic mechanisms underlying the Brugada syndrome

      CURRENT OPINION IN CARDIOLOGY
    39. Shimizu, W; Antzelevitch, C
      Differential response of transmural dispersion of repolarization and torsade de pointes to beta-adrenergic agonists and antagonists in three models of the long QT syndrome

      JOURNAL OF ELECTROCARDIOLOGY
    40. Antzelevitch, C; Yan, GX; Shimizu, W
      Transmural dispersion of repolarization and arrhythmogenicity - The Brugada syndrome versus the long QT syndrome

      JOURNAL OF ELECTROCARDIOLOGY
    41. Shimizu, W; Antzelevitch, C
      Cellular basis for long QT, transmural dispersion of repolarization, and torsade de pointes in the long QT syndrome

      JOURNAL OF ELECTROCARDIOLOGY
    42. Dumaine, R; Towbin, JA; Brugada, P; Vatta, M; Nesterenko, DV; Nesterenko, VV; Brugada, J; Brugada, R; Antzelevitch, C
      Ionic mechanisms responsible for the electrocardiographic phenotype of theBrugada syndrome are temperature dependent

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    43. Shimizu, W; Antzelevitch, C
      Cellular and ionic basis for T-wave alternans under long-QT conditions

      CIRCULATION
    44. Yan, GX; Antzelevitch, C
      Cellular basis for the Brugada syndrome and other mechanisms of arrhythmogenesis associated with ST-segment elevation

      CIRCULATION
    45. Antzelevitch, C; Shimizu, W
      As Americans, we should get this right - Response

      CIRCULATION
    46. Burashnikov, A; Antzelevitch, C
      Differences in the electrophysiologic response of four canine ventricular cell types to alpha(1)-adrenergic agonists

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    47. Thomas, GP; Karmazyn, M; Zygmunt, AC; Antzelevitch, C; Narayanan, N
      The antifungal antibiotic clotrimazole potently inhibits L-type calcium current in guinea-pig ventricular myocytes

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    48. BURASHNIKOV A; ANTZELEVITCH C
      ACCELERATION-INDUCED ACTION-POTENTIAL PROLONGATION AND EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATIONS

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    49. ANTZELEVITCH C
      THE BRUGADA-SYNDROME

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    50. BJERREGAARD P; GUSSAK I; ANTZELEVITCH C
      THE ENIGMATIC ECG MANIFESTATION OF BRUGADA-SYNDROME

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    51. SHIMIZU W; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CELLULAR BASIS FOR THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC FEATURES OF THE LQT1 FORMOF THE LONG QT SYNDROME - EFFECTS OF BETA-ADRENERGIC AGONISTS, ANTAGONISTS AND SODIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKERS ON TRANSMURAL DISPERSION OF REPOLARIZATION AND TORSADES-DE-POINTES

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    52. CHEN QY; KIRSCH GE; ZHANG DM; BRUGADA R; BRUGADA J; BRUGADA P; POTENZA D; MOYA A; BORGGREFE M; BREITHARDT G; ORTIZLOPEZ R; WANG Z; ANTZELEVITCH C; OBRIEN RE; SCHULZEBAHR E; KEATING MT; TOWBIN JA; WANG Q
      GENETIC-BASIS AND MOLECULAR MECHANISM FOR IDIOPATHIC - VENTRICULAR-FIBRILLATION

      Nature
    53. SHIMIZU W; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CELLULAR BASIS FOR THE ECG FEATURES OF THE LQT1 FORM OF THE LONG-QT SYNDROME - EFFECTS OF BETA-ADRENERGIC AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS AND SODIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKERS ON TRANSMURAL DISPERSION OF REPOLARIZATION AND TORSADE-DE-POINTES

      Circulation
    54. YAN GX; SHIMIZU W; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CHARACTERISTICS AND DISTRIBUTION OF M CELLS IN ARTERIALLY PERFUSED CANINE LEFT-VENTRICULAR WEDGE PREPARATIONS

      Circulation
    55. YAN GX; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CELLULAR BASIS FOR THE NORMAL T-WAVE AND THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC MANIFESTATIONS OF THE LONG-QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    56. SHIMIZU W; ANTZELEVITCH C
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF BETA-ADRENERGIC AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS ON TRANSMURAL DISPERSION OF REPOLARIZATION AND TORSADE-DE-POINTES IN LQT1,LQT2 AND LQT3 MODELS OF THE LONG QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    57. SICOURI S; SUN ZQ; EDDLESTONE GT; ANTZELEVITCH C
      SODIUM PENTOBARBITAL REDUCES TRANSMURAL DISPERSION OF REPOLARIZATION AND SUPPRESSES EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATION ACTIVITY IN CANINE VENTRICULAR MYOCARDIUM

      Circulation
    58. SHIMIZU W; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CELLULAR AND IONIC BASIS FOR T WAVE ALTERNANS IN THE LONG QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    59. BURASHNIKOV A; ANTZELEVITCH C
      I-KS BLOCK PRODUCES ACTION-POTENTIAL PROLONGATION BUT NOT EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATIONS IN CANINE VENTRICULAR MYOCARDIUM

      Circulation
    60. SHIMIZU W; ANTZELEVITCH C
      MEXILETINE IS EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING TRANSMURAL DISPERSION OF REPOLARIZATION AND PREVENTING TORSADE-DE-POINTES IN LQT1, LQT2 AND LQT3 MODELSOF THE LONG QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    61. SICOURI S; MORO S; LITOVSKY S; ELIZARI MV; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CHRONIC AMIODARONE REDUCES TRANSMURAL DISPERSION OF REPOLARIZATION INTHE CANINE HEART

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    62. SICOURI S; ANTZELEVITCH D; HEILMANN C; ANTZELEVITCH C
      EFFECTS OF SODIUM-CHANNEL BLOCK WITH MEXILETINE TO REVERSE ACTION-POTENTIAL PROLONGATION IN IN-VITRO MODELS OF THE LONG QT SYNDROME

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    63. ZYGMUNT AC; GOODROW RJ; ANTZELEVITCH C
      SODIUM EFFECTS ON 4-AMINOPYRIDINE-SENSITIVE TRANSIENT OUTWARD CURRENTIN CANINE VENTRICULAR CELLS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    64. YAN GX; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CELLULAR BASIS FOR THE NORMAL T-WAVE AND THE ECG MANIFESTATIONS OF THE LONG QT SYNDROME

      Journal of electrocardiology
    65. ANTZELEVITCH C; SHIMIZU W; YAN GX; SICOURI S
      CELLULAR BASIS FOR QT DISPERSION

      Journal of electrocardiology
    66. BURASHNIKOV A; ANTZELEVITCH C
      FAILURE OF CANINE VENTRICULAR EPICARDIAL AND ENDOCARDIAL CELLS TO DEVELOP EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATION ACTIVITY IS DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF A PROMINENT I-KS

      Circulation
    67. BURASHNIKOV A; ANTZELEVITCH C
      I-KS BLOCK PROMOTES BETA-ADRENERGIC AGONIST-INDUCED DELAYED AFTERDEPOLARIZATION ACTIVITY IN CANINE VENTRICULAR MYOCARDIUM

      Circulation
    68. ZYGMUNT AAE; GOODROW RJ; ANTZELEVITCH C
      MECHANISM OF CA-DEPENDENT INACTIVATION OF I-CA IN CANINE MIDMYOCARDIAL VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES

      Circulation
    69. SHIMIZU W; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CHARACTERISTICS OF SPONTANEOUS AS WELL AS STIMULATION-INDUCED TORSADE-DE-POINTES IN LQT2 AND LQT3 MODELS OF THE LONG QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    70. AKAR FG; YAN GX; ANTZELEVITCH C; ROSENBAUM DS
      OPTICAL MAPS REVEAL REENTRANT MECHANISM OF TORSADE-DE-POINTES BASED ON TOPOGRAPHY AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF MID-MYOCARDIAL CELLS

      Circulation
    71. SHIMIZU W; ANTZELEVITCH C
      SODIUM-CHANNEL BLOCK WITH MEXILETINE IS EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING DISPERSION OF REPOLARIZATION AND PREVENTING TORSADE-DE-POINTES IN LQT2 AND LQT3 MODELS OF THE LONG-QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    72. ANTZELEVITCH C
      ARE M-CELLS PRESENT IN THE VENTRICULAR MYOCARDIUM OF THE PIG - A QUESTION OF MATURITY

      Cardiovascular Research
    73. SICOURI S; QUIST M; ANTZELEVITCH C
      EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF M-CELL IN THE GUINEA-PIG VENTRICLE

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    74. ANTZELEVITCH C; SUN ZQ; ZHANG ZQ; YAN GX
      CELLULAR AND IONIC MECHANISMS UNDERLYING ERYTHROMYCIN-INDUCED LONG QTINTERVALS AND TORSADE-DE-POINTES

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    75. DIDIEGO JM; SUN ZQ; ANTZELEVITCH C
      I-TO AND ACTION-POTENTIAL NOTCH ARE SMALLER IN LEFT VS RIGHT CANINE VENTRICULAR EPICARDIUM

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    76. BURASHNIKOV A; ANTZELEVITCH C
      MECHANISMS UNDERLYING EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATION ACTIVITY ARE DIFFERENT IN CANINE PURKINJE AND M-CELL PREPARATIONS - ROLE OF INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM

      Circulation
    77. YAN GX; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CELLULAR BASIS FOR IDIOPATHIC VT VF SYNDROME

      Circulation
    78. SUN ZQ; ZHANG ZQ; YAN GX; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CELLULAR AND TONIC MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE ACTIONS OF ERYTHROMYCIN TO INDUCE LONG QT AND TORSADE POINTES

      Circulation
    79. SUN ZQ; ANTZELEVITCH C
      IONIC BASIS FOR THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC J-WAVE

      Circulation
    80. YAN GX; ANTZELEVITCH C
      INDUCTION OF TORSADE-DE-POINTES IN AN ISOLATED ARTERIALLY PERFUSED CANINE LEFT-VENTRICULAR WEDGE PREPARATION - ROLE OF INTRAMURAL REENTRY

      Circulation
    81. YAN GX; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CELLULAR BASIS FOR THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC J-WAVE

      Circulation
    82. LUKAS A; ANTZELEVITCH C
      PHASE-2 REENTRY AS A MECHANISM OF INITIATION OF CIRCUS MOVEMENT REENTRY IN CANINE EPICARDIUM EXPOSED TO SIMULATED ISCHEMIA

      Cardiovascular Research
    83. SICOURI S; ANTZELEVITCH C
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC CHARACTERISTICS OF M-CELLS IN THE CANINE LEFT-VENTRICULAR FREE-WALL

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    84. ANTZELEVITCH C; NESTERENKO VV; YAN GX
      ROLE OF M-CELLS IN ACQUIRED LONG QT SYNDROME, U-WAVES, AND TORSADE-DE-POINTES

      Journal of electrocardiology
    85. LIU DW; ANTZELEVITCH C
      CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DELAYED RECTIFIER CURRENT (I-KR AND I-KS) IN CANINE VENTRICULAR EPICARDIAL, MIDMYOCARDIAL, AND ENDOCARDIAL MYOCYTES - A WEAKER I-KS CONTRIBUTES TO THE LONGER ACTION-POTENTIAL OF THE M-CELL

      Circulation research
    86. WEISSENBURGER J; NESTERENKO VV; ANTZELEVITCH C
      INTRAMURAL MONOPHASIC ACTION-POTENTIALS (MAP) DISPLAY STEEPER APD-RATE RELATIONS AND HIGHER SENSITIVITY TO CLASS-III AGENTS THAN EPICARDIALAND ENDOCARDIAL MAPS - CHARACTERISTICS OF THE M-CELL IN-VIVO

      Circulation
    87. BURASHNIKOV A; ANTZELEVITCH C
      ACCELERATION-INDUCED EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATION AND AND TRIGGERED ACTIVITY

      Circulation
    88. YAN GX; ANTZELEVITCH C
      DELAYED REPOLARIZATION OF M-CELLS UNDERLIES THE MANIFESTATION OF U-WAVES, NOTCHED T-WAVES AND LONG QT INTERVALS IN THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM (ECG)

      Circulation
    89. SICOURI S; FISH J; ANTZELEVITCH C
      DISTRIBUTION OF M-CELLS IN THE CANINE VENTRICLE

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    90. ANTZELEVITCH C; SICOURI S
      CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF CARDIAC-ARRHYTHMIAS GENERATED BY AFTERDEPOLARIZATIONS - ROLE OF M-CELLS IN THE GENERATION OF U WAVES, TRIGGERED ACTIVITY AND TORSADE-DE-POINTES

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    91. NESTERENKO VV; ANTZELEVITCH C
      MONOPHASIC ACTION-POTENTIAL (MAP) RECORDINGS DISPLAY APPARENT EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATIONS (EAD) WHEN ACTION-POTENTIALS OF DEEP MYOCARDIAL-CELLS ARE PROLONGED - A COMPUTER-SIMULATION STUDY

      Circulation
    92. NESTERENKO VV; ANTZELEVITCH C
      MONOPHASIC ACTION-POTENTIAL (MAP) RECORDINGS DISPLAY APPARENT EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATIONS (EAD) WHEN ACTION-POTENTIALS OF DEEP MYOCARDIAL-CELLS ARE PROLONGED - A COMPUTER-SIMULATION STUDY

      Circulation
    93. LIU DW; ANTZELEVITCH C
      2 COMPONENTS OF THE DELAYED RECTIFIER IN CANINE VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES - A WEAKER I(KS) BUT NOT I(KR) CONTRIBUTES TO THE LONGER ACTION-POTENTIAL OF M-CELL

      Circulation
    94. LIU DW; ANTZELEVITCH C
      2 COMPONENTS OF THE DELAYED RECTIFIER IN CANINE VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES - A WEAKER I(KS) BUT NOT I(KR) CONTRIBUTES TO THE LONGER ACTION-POTENTIAL OF M-CELL

      Circulation
    95. DIDIEGO JM; ANTZELEVITCH C
      HIGH [CA2-INDUCED ELECTRICAL HETEROGENEITY AND EXTRASYSTOLIC ACTIVITYIN ISOLATED CANINE VENTRICULAR EPICARDIUM - PHASE-2 REENTRY(](0))

      Circulation
    96. LUKAS A; ANTZELEVITCH C
      DIFFERENCES IN THE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF CANINE VENTRICULAR EPICARDIUM AND ENDOCARDIUM TO ISCHEMIA - ROLE OF THE TRANSIENT OUTWARD CURRENT

      Circulation
    97. SICOURI S; FISH J; ANTZELEVITCH C
      QUINIDINE-INDUCED EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATION AND TRIGGERED ACTIVITY ARISING FROM M-CELLS LOCATED IN ENDOCARDIAL STRUCTURES OF THE CANINE VENTRICLE

      Circulation
    98. ZHANG ZQ; ANTZELEVITCH C
      ERYTHROMYCIN PRODUCES PROMINENT ACTION-POTENTIAL PROLONGATION AND EARLY AFTERDEPOLARIZATION (EAD)-INDUCED TRIGGERED ACTIVITY IN M BUT NOT EPICARDIAL OR ENDOCARDIAL REGIONS OF THE CANINE VENTRICLE

      Circulation
    99. DIDIEGO JM; ANTZELEVITCH C
      PINACIDIL-INDUCED ELECTRICAL HETEROGENEITY AND EXTRASYSTOLIC ACTIVITYIN CANINE VENTRICULAR TISSUES - DOES ACTIVATION OF ATP-REGULATED POTASSIUM CURRENT PROMOTE PHASE-2 REENTRY

      Circulation


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