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Melatonin prevents reperfusion arrhythmias by receptor-dependent and independent electrophysiological effects

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Doctor Ksenia Sedova

Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, Prague (Czechia)
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Speaker: Doctor M. Kostyukevich (Moscow, RU)

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Speaker: Doctor K. Ito (Tokorozawa, JP)

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Sleep-disordered breathing is associated with enhanced CaMKII-dependent late INa and pro-arrhythmic activity

Speaker: Doctor S. Lebek (Regensburg, DE)

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An in vitro study on the influence of increased heart rate on the right ventricular kinetic energy and shear stresses

Speaker: Doctor U. Gulan (Zurich, CH)

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Low-energy control of spatiotemporal cardiac dynamics using structured photo-stimulation

Speaker: Mr R. Quinonez Uribe (Göttingen, DE)

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Poster Session 3 - Cardiac arrhythmias

Speakers: Doctor K. Sedova, Doctor M. Kostyukevich, Doctor K. Ito, Doctor S. Lebek, Doctor U. Gulan...
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ESC Congress 2018

25 August - 29 August 2018

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