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Ion channels: from the molecular level to integrative biology

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2016
Topic: Ion channels and electrophysiology
Session type: Moderated Posters
Date: 29 August 2016
Time: 10:05 - 10:55

Congress Session

7 presentations in this session

SCN10A/Nav1.8 channels contribute to arrhythmogenesis in the human failing heart

Speaker: Doctor N. Dybkova (Gottingen, DE)
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A novel alternative splicing isoform promotes proteasomal degradation of L-type CaV1.2 calcium channels in the hypertrophic heart

Speaker: Doctor J. Wang (Singapore, SG)
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Terminating ventricular arrhythmia by optogenetic hyperpolarisation

Speaker: Doctor T. Bruegmann (Goettingen, DE)
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Optogenetic modulation of fibroblasts membrane potential directly affects excitability and conduction in coupled cardiomyocytes in vitro

Speaker: Mr M. Funken (Bonn, DE)
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Circadian rhythm in heart rate is due to an intrinsic circadian clock in the sinus node

Speaker: Doctor Y. Wang (Manchester, GB)
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Decremental conduction in the atrioventricular node and heart block in pulmonary arterial hypertension

Speaker: Doctor S. Logantha (Liverpool, GB)
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Combined use of transgenic LQT2, LQT5 and LQT2-5 rabbit models with decreased repolarization reserve as novel tool for pro-arrhythmia research

Speaker: Doctor T. Hornyik (Szeged, HU)
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7 speakers from this session

Doctor Nataliya Dybkova

University Medical Center of Gottingen (UMG), Gottingen (Germany)
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Doctor Jiong-Wei Wang

National University of Singapore, Singapore (Singapore)
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Doctor Tobias Bruegmann

University of Gottingen, Goettingen (Germany)
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Mr Maximilian Funken

University hospital Bonn, Bonn (Germany)
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Doctor Yanwen Wang

University of Manchester, Manchester (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
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Doctor Sunil Jit Logantha

Institute of Life Course and Medical Sciences, Liverpool (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
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Doctor Tibor Hornyik

University of Szeged, Szeged (Hungary)
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