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Optogenetic cardioversion terminates atrial fibrillation in wild-type mice after gene transfer

Topic: Ion channels and electrophysiology

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Doctor Thomas Beiert

University Hospital Bonn, Bonn (Germany)
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Characterization of a novel genetic variant associated with Brugada syndrome: beta-2-syntrophin mutation impairs interaction with SCN5A and reduces Na+ current in human cardiomyocytes

Speaker: Doctor C. Schmidt (Heidelberg, DE)

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A mutation in the gene encoding the tbx5 transcription factor is associated with the Brugada Syndrome

Speaker: Professor R. Caballero (Madrid, ES)

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Local epicardial light pulse terminates ventricular arrhythmias in the adult rat heart upon optogenetic modification: towards biological shockless defibrillation.

Speaker: Mr E. Nyns (Leiden, NL)

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Patient-specific iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes reveal a disease-causing role of an ACTN2 mutation in HCM and an unexpected LQT phenotype

Speaker: Doctor M. Lemoine (Hamburg, DE)

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Structural and functional plasticity of myocardial slices in response to prolonged mechanical loading and unloading in vitro

Speaker: Mr S. Watson (London, GB)

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Cellular and molecular electrophysiology

Speakers: Doctor T. Beiert, Doctor C. Schmidt, Professor R. Caballero, Mr E. Nyns, Doctor M. Lemoine...
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ESC CONGRESS 2017

26 August - 30 August 2017

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