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    1. Balser, JR
      Inherited sodium channelopathies: Novel therapeutic and proarrhythmic molecular mechanisms

      TRENDS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
    2. van den Berg, MP; Wilde, AAM; Viersma, JW; Brouwer, J; Haaksma, J; van der Hout, AH; Stolte-Dijkstra, I; Bezzina, CR; van Langen, IM; Beaufort-Krol, GCM; Cornel, JH; Crijns, HJGM
      Possible bradycardic mode of death and successful pacemaker treatment in alarge family with features of long QT syndrome type 3 and Brugada syndrome

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Kubota, T; Horie, M; Takano, M; Yoshida, H; Takenaka, K; Watanabe, E; Tsuchiya, T; Otani, H; Sasayama, S
      Evidence for a single nucleotide polymorphism in the KCNQ1 potassium channel that underlies susceptibility to life-threatening arrhythmias

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Wan, XP; Chen, SH; Sadeghpour, A; Wang, Q; Kirsch, GE
      Accelerated inactivation in a mutant Na+ channel associated with idiopathic ventricular fibrillation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Tan, HL; Bink-Boelkens, MTE; Bezzina, CR; Viswanathan, PC; Beaufort-Krol, GCM; van Tintelen, PJ; van den Berg, MP; Wilde, AAM; Balser, JR
      A sodium-channel mutation causes isolated cardiac conduction disease

      NATURE
    6. Balser, JR
      The cardiac sodium channel: Gating function and molecular pharmacology

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    7. Syrris, P; Murray, A; Carter, ND; McKenna, WM; Jeffery, S
      Mutation detection in long QT syndrome: a comprehensive set of primers andPCR conditions

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    8. Rivolta, I; Abriel, H; Tateyama, M; Liu, HH; Memmi, M; Vardas, P; Napolitano, C; Priori, SG; Kass, RS
      Inherited Brugada and long QT-3 syndrome mutations of a single residue of the cardiac sodium channel confer distinct channel and clinical phenotypes

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Mazhari, R; Greenstein, JL; Winslow, RL; Marban, E; Nuss, HB
      Molecular interactions between two long-QT syndrome gene products, HERG and KCNE2, rationalized by in vitro and in silico analysis

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    10. Towbin, JA; Ackerman, MJ
      Cardiac sodium channel gene mutations and sudden infant death syndrome - Confirmation of proof of concept?

      CIRCULATION
    11. Schwartz, PJ; Priori, SG; Spazzolini, C; Moss, AJ; Vincent, GM; Napolitano, C; Denjoy, I; Guicheney, P; Breithardt, G; Keating, MT; Towbin, JA; Beggs, AH; Brink, P; Wilde, AAM; Toivonen, L; Zareba, W; Robinson, JL; Timothy, KW; Corfield, V; Wattanasirichaigoon, D; Corbett, C; Haverkamp, W; Schulze-Bahr, E; Lehmann, MH; Schwartz, K; Coumel, P; Bloise, R
      Genotype-phenotype correlation in the long-QT syndrome - Gene-specific triggers for life-threatening arrhythmias

      CIRCULATION
    12. Zareba, W; Sattari, MN; Rosero, S; Couderc, JP; Moss, AJ
      Altered atrial, atrioventricular, and ventricular conduction in patients with the long QT syndrome caused by the Delta KPQ SCH5A sodium channel gone mutation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    13. Bennett, PB
      Long QT syndrome: Biophysical and pharmacologic mechanisms in LQT3

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    14. Priori, SG
      Long QT and Brugada syndromes: From genetics to clinical management

      JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Chen, SM; Kuo, CT; Lin, KH; Chiang, FT
      Brugada syndrome without mutation of the cardiac sodium channel gene in a Taiwanese patient

      JOURNAL OF THE FORMOSAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    16. 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
    17. Ono, K; Kaku, T; Makita, N; Kitabatake, A; Arita, M
      Selective block of late currents in the Delta KPQ Na+ channel mutant by pilsicainide and lidocaine with distinct mechanisms

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Wan, XP; Wang, Q; Kirsch, GE
      Functional suppression of sodium channels by beta(1)-subunits as a molecular mechanism of idiopathic ventricular fibrillation

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CARDIOLOGY
    19. Marcus, FI
      Electrocardiographic features of inherited diseases that predispose to thedevelopment of cardiac arrhythmias, long QT syndrome, arrhythmogenic rightventricular cardiomyopathy/dysplasia, and Brugada syndrome

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

      JOURNAL OF ELECTROCARDIOLOGY
    21. Brugada, J; Brugada, R; Brugada, P
      Pharmacological and device approach to therapy of inherited cardiac diseases associated with cardiac arrhythmias and sudden death

      JOURNAL OF ELECTROCARDIOLOGY
    22. Baroudi, G; Chahine, M
      Biophysical phenotypes of SCN5A mutations causing long QT and Brugada syndromes

      FEBS LETTERS
    23. Akai, J; Makita, N; Sakurada, H; Shirai, N; Ueda, K; Kitabatake, A; Nakazawa, K; Kimura, A; Hiraoka, M
      A novel SCN5A mutation associated with idiopathic ventricular fibrillationwithout typical ECG findings of Brugada syndrome

      FEBS LETTERS
    24. Baroudi, G; Carbonneau, E; Pouliot, V; Chahine, M
      SCN5A mutation (T1620M) causing Brugada syndrome exhibits different phenotypes when expressed in Xenopus oocytes and mammalian cells

      FEBS LETTERS
    25. Larsen, LA; Svendsen, IH; Jensen, AM; Kanters, JK; Andersen, PS; Moller, M; Sorensen, SA; Sandoe, E; Jacobsen, JR; Vuust, J; Christiansen, M
      Long QT syndrome with a high mortality rate caused by a novel G572R missense mutation in KCNH2

      CLINICAL GENETICS
    26. Wang, DW; Makita, N; Kitabatake, A; Balser, JR; George, AL
      Enhanced Na+ channel intermediate inactivation in Brugada syndrome

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    27. Priori, SG; Napolitano, C; Schwartz, PJ; Bloise, R; Crotti, L; Ronchetti, E
      The elusive link between LQT3 and Brugada syndrome - The role of flecainide challenge

      CIRCULATION
    28. Abriel, H; Wehrens, XHT; Benhorin, J; Kerem, B; Kass, RS
      Molecular pharmacology of the sodium channel mutation D1790G linked to thelong-QT syndrome

      CIRCULATION
    29. Donahue, LM; Coates, PW; Lee, VH; Ippensen, DC; Arze, SE; Poduslo, SE
      The cardiac sodium channel mRNA is expressed in the developing and adult rat and human brain

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    30. Ali, RHH; Zareba, W; Moss, AJ; Schwartz, PJ; Benhorin, J; Vincent, GM; Locati, EH; Priori, S; Napolitano, C; Towbin, JA; Hall, WJ; Robinson, JL; Andrews, ML; Zhang, L; Timothy, K; Medina, A
      Clinical and genetic variables associated with acute arousal and nonarousal-related cardiac events among subjects with the long QT syndrome

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    31. 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
    32. Schwartz, PJ
      Gene-specific lethality of arrhythmic events in the long QT syndrome? A message from the International Registry

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL
    33. Couderc, JP; Zareba, W; Burattini, L; Moss, AJ
      Beat-to-beat repolarization variability in LQTS patients with the SCN5A sodium channel gene mutation

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    34. 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
    35. Bezzina, C; Veldkamp, MW; van den Berg, MP; Postma, AV; Rook, MB; Viersma, JW; van Langen, IM; Tan-Sindhunata, G; Bink-Boelkens, MTE; van der Hout, AH; Mannens, MMAM; Wilde, AAM
      A single Na+ channel mutation causing both long-QT and Brugada syndromes

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    36. Priori, SG; Napolitano, C; Schwartz, PJ
      Low penetrance in the long-QT syndrome - Clinical impact

      CIRCULATION
    37. Wei, J; Wang, DW; Alings, M; Fish, F; Wathen, M; Roden, DM; George, AL
      Congenital long-QT syndrome caused by a novel mutation in a conserved acidic domain of the cardiac Na+ channel

      CIRCULATION
    38. Moss, AJ; Robinson, JL; Gessman, L; Gillespie, R; Zareba, W; Schwartz, PJ; Vincent, GM; Benhorin, J; Heilbron, EL; Towbin, JA; Priori, SG; Napolitano, C; Zhang, L; Medina, A; Andrews, ML; Timothy, K
      Comparison of clinical and genetic variables of cardiac events associated with loud noise versus swimming among subjects with the long QT syndrome

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    39. Estes, NAM; Mendelsohn, ME
      Molecular biology of human arrhythmias: Implications for the clinical electrophysiologist

      JOURNAL OF INTERVENTIONAL CARDIAC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    40. SAARINEN K; SWAN H; KAINULAINEN K; TOIVONEN L; VIITASALO M; KONTULA K
      MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF THE LONG QT SYNDROME - 2 NOVEL MUTATIONS OF THEKVLQT1 GENE AND PHENOTYPIC-EXPRESSION OF THE MUTANT-GENE IN A LARGE KINDRED

      Human mutation
    41. MOSS AJ
      MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH THE HEREDITARY LONG QT SYNDROME

      Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology
    42. WANG Q; CHEN QY; TOWBIN JA
      GENETICS, MOLECULAR MECHANISMS AND MANAGEMENT OF LONG QT SYNDROME

      Annals of medicine
    43. LUPOGLAZOFF JM; DENJOY I; NEYROUD N; GUICHENEY P; CASASOPRANA A; COUMEL P
      CONGENITAL LONG QT SYNDROME

      La Presse medicale
    44. SUN ZH; SWAN H; VIITASALO M; TOIVONEN L
      EFFECTS OF EPINEPHRINE AND PHENYLEPHRINE ON QT INTERVAL DISPERSION INCONGENITAL LONG QT SYNDROME

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    45. DUMAINE R; KIRSCH GE
      MECHANISM OF LIDOCAINE BLOCK OF LATE CURRENT IN LONG Q-T MUTANT NA+ CHANNELS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    46. Nagatomo, T; Fan, Z; Ye, B; Tonkovich, GS; January, CT; Kyle, JW; Makielski, JC
      Temperature dependence of early and late currents in human cardiac wild-type and long Q-T Delta KPQ Na+ channels

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    47. ITOH T; TANAKA T; NAGAI R; KIKUCHI K; OGAWA S; OKADA S; YAMAGATA S; YANO K; YAZAKI Y; NAKAMURA Y
      GENOMIC ORGANIZATION AND MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF KVLQT1, A GENE RESPONSIBLE FOR FAMILIAL LONG QT SYNDROME

      Human genetics
    48. ITOH T; TANAKA T; NAGAL R; KAMIYA T; SAWAYAMA T; NAKAYAMA T; TOMOIKE H; SAKURADA H; YAZAKI Y; NAKAMURA Y
      GENOMIC ORGANIZATION AND MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF HERG, A GENE RESPONSIBLE FOR FAMILIAL LONG QT SYNDROME

      Human genetics
    49. VINCENT GM
      THE MOLECULAR-GENETICS OF THE LONG QT SYNDROME - GENES CAUSING FAINTING AND SUDDEN-DEATH

      Annual review of medicine
    50. ACKERMAN MJ; SCHROEDER JJ; BERRY R; SCHAID DJ; PORTER CBJ; MICHELS VV; THIBODEAU SN
      A NOVEL MUTATION IN KVLQT1 IS THE MOLECULAR-BASIS OF INHERITED LONG QT SYNDROME IN A NEAR-DROWNING PATIENTS FAMILY

      Pediatric research
    51. ZAREBA W; MOSS AJ; SCHWARTZ PJ; VINCENT GM; ROBINSON JL; PRIORI SG; BENHORIN J; LOCATI EH; TOWBIN JA; KEATING MT; LEHMANN MH; HALL WJ
      INFLUENCE OF THE GENOTYPE ON THE CLINICAL COURSE OF THE LONG-QT SYNDROME

      The New England journal of medicine
    52. FEATHERSTONE DE; FUJIMOTO E; RUBEN PC
      A DEFECT IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE SODIUM-CHANNEL DEACTIVATION EXACERBATES HYPEREXCITABILITY IN HUMAN PARAMYOTONIA-CONGENITA

      Journal of physiology
    53. AIZAWA Y; UCHIYAMA H; YAMAURA M; NAKAYAMA T; ARITA M
      EFFECTS OF THE ATP-SENSITIVE K-CHANNEL OPENER NICORANDIL ON THE QT INTERVAL AND THE EFFECTIVE REFRACTORY PERIOD IN PATIENTS WITH CONGENITALLONG QT SYNDROME

      Journal of electrocardiology
    54. MAKITA N; SHIRAI N; NAGASHIMA M; MATSUOKA R; YAMADA Y; TOHSE N; KITABATAKE A
      A DE-NOVO MISSENSE MUTATION OF HUMAN CARDIAC NA+ CHANNEL EXHIBITING NOVEL MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF LONG QT SYNDROME

      FEBS letters
    55. KAMBOURIS NG; NUSS HB; JOHNS DC; TOMASELLI GF; MARBAN E; BALSER JR
      PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL LONG-QT SYNDROME MUTATION (R1623Q) IN THE CARDIAC SODIUM-CHANNEL

      Circulation
    56. RASHBA EJ; ZAREBA W; MOSS AJ; HALL J; ROBINSON J; LOCATI EH; SCHWARTZ PJ; ANDREWS M
      INFLUENCE OF PREGNANCY ON THE RISK FOR CARDIAC EVENTS IN PATIENTS WITH HEREDITARY LONG QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    57. BURN J; CAMM J; DAVIES MJ; PELTONEN L; SCHWARTZ PJ; WATKINS H
      THE PHENOTYPE GENOTYPE RELATION AND THE CURRENT STATUS OF GENETIC SCREENING IN HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY, MARFAN-SYNDROME, AND THE LONG QT SYNDROME/

      HEART
    58. PRIORI SG
      IS LONG QT SYNDROME ENTERING THE ERA OF MOLECULAR DIAGNOSIS

      HEART
    59. LEHMANN MH; TIMOTHY KW; FRANKOVICH D; FROMM BS; KEATING M; LOCATI EH; TAGGART RT; TOWBIN JA; MOSS AJ; SCHWARTZ PJ; VINCENT GM
      AGE-GENDER INFLUENCE ON THE RATE-CORRECTED QT INTERVAL AND THE QT-HEART RATE RELATION IN FAMILIES WITH GENOTYPICALLY CHARACTERIZED LONG QT SYNDROME

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    60. VANDENBERG MH; WILDE AAM; DEMEDINA EOR; MEYER H; GEELEN JLMC; JONGBLOED RJE; WELLENS HJJ; GERAEDTS JPM
      THE LONG QT SYNDROME - A NOVEL MISSENSE MUTATION IN THE S6 REGION OF THE KVLQT1 GENE

      Human genetics
    61. PRIORI SG; NAPOLITANO C; PAGANINI V; CANTU F; SCHWARTZ PJ
      MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF THE LONG QT SYNDROME - IMPACT ON MANAGEMENT

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    62. MOSS AJ
      CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH THE LONG QT SYNDROME - DRUGS, DEVICES, AND GENE-SPECIFIC THERAPY

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    63. MOSS AJ
      THE LONG QT SYNDROME REVISITED - CURRENT UNDERSTANDING AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TREATMENT

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    64. VOGT M; KUHN A; BRODHERRHEBERLEIN S; BUHLMEYER K; ZRENNER B; STENZEL U; MEISNER H
      SUCCESSFUL IMPLANTATION OF A CARDIOVERTER -DEFIBRILLATOR IN LONG QT SYNDROME IN CHILDHOOD

      Monatsschrift fur Kinderheilkunde
    65. WANG DW; YAZAWA K; MAKITA N; GEORGE AL; BENNETT PB
      PHARMACOLOGICAL TARGETING OF LONG QT MUTANT SODIUM-CHANNELS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    66. KASS RS
      GENETICALLY INDUCED REDUCTION IN SMALL CURRENTS HAS MAJOR IMPACT

      Circulation
    67. KRAHN AD; KLEIN EJ; YEE R
      HYSTERESIS OF THE RT INTERVAL WITH EXERCISE - A NEW MARKER FOR THE LONG-QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    68. TANAKA T; NAGAI R; TOMOIKE H; TAKATA S; YANO K; YABUTA K; HANEDA N; NAKANO O; SHIBATA A; SAWAYAMA T; KASAI H; YAZAKI Y; NAKAMURA Y
      4 NOVEL KVLQT1 AND 4 NOVEL HERG MUTATIONS IN FAMILIAL LONG-QT SYNDROME

      Circulation
    69. LEMAREC H; SCHOTT JJ
      CONGENITAL LONG QT SYNDROMES

      Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux
    70. LEMAREC H; SCHOTT JJ
      HEREDITARY CARDIAC-ARRHYTHMIAS

      Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux
    71. RUSSELL MW
      THE LONG QT SYNDROMES

      Progress in pediatric cardiology
    72. RUSSELL MW; DICK M; COLLINS FS; BRODY LC
      KVLQT1 MUTATIONS IN 3 FAMILIES WITH FAMILIAL OR SPORADIC LONG QT SYNDROME

      Human molecular genetics
    73. MAKITA N; BENNETT PB; GEORGE AL
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF BETA(1) SUBUNIT-INDUCED GATING MODULATION IN VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT NA+ CHANNELS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    74. PRIORI SG; CANTU F; SCHWARTZ PJ
      THE LONG QT SYNDROME - NEW DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC APPROACH IN THEERA OF MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY

      Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift
    75. WANG DW; YAZAWA K; GEORGE AL; BENNETT PB
      CHARACTERIZATION OF HUMAN CARDIAC NA+ CHANNEL MUTATIONS IN THE CONGENITAL LONG QT SYNDROME

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    76. SCHWARTZ PJ; PRIORI SG
      MEXILETINE IN THE TREATMENT OF RESISTANT VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS - REPLY

      Circulation
    77. PRIORI SG; NAPOLITANO C; SCHWARTZ PJ
      A MOLECULAR-BASIS FOR THE THERAPY OF THE LONG QT SYNDROME

      Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux


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