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Concept Myocytes, Cardiac
Academic Article Estimation of action potential changes from field potential recordings in multicellular mouse cardiac myocyte cultures.
Academic Article A possible mechanism of halocarbon-induced cardiac sensitization arrhythmias.
Academic Article Inositol-1,4,5-trisphosphate-mediated spontaneous activity in mouse embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes.
Academic Article The relevance of non-excitable cells for cardiac pacemaker function.
Academic Article Phosphatidylinositol-bisphosphate regulates intercellular coupling in cardiac myocytes.
Academic Article Decreased intercellular coupling improves the function of cardiac pacemakers derived from mouse embryonic stem cells.
Academic Article Isoform- and tissue-specific regulation of the Ca(2+)-sensitive transcription factor NFAT in cardiac myocytes and heart failure.
Academic Article Mesenchymal stem cells improve cardiac conduction by upregulation of connexin 43 through paracrine signaling.
Academic Article Functional integrity of the T-tubular system in cardiomyocytes depends on p21-activated kinase 1.
Academic Article Ischemia/Reperfusion injury protection by mesenchymal stem cell derived antioxidant capacity.
Academic Article p21-Activated kinase1 (Pak1) is a negative regulator of NADPH-oxidase 2 in ventricular myocytes.
Academic Article Spatially defined InsP3-mediated signaling in embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes.
Academic Article Loss of p21-activated kinase 1 (Pak1) promotes atrial arrhythmic activity.
Academic Article Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor - reactive oxygen signaling domain regulates excitation-contraction coupling in atrial myocytes.
Academic Article Transthyretin deposition alters cardiomyocyte sarcomeric architecture, calcium transients, and contractile force.

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