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Combined effects of reduced connexin 43, depressed active generator properties and energetic stress on conduction disturbances in canine failing myocardium.

Bibliographic reference Falcao, Stéphanie ; Rousseau, Guy ; Baroudi, Ghayath ; Vermeulen, Michel ; Bouchard, Caroline ; et. al. Combined effects of reduced connexin 43, depressed active generator properties and energetic stress on conduction disturbances in canine failing myocardium.. In: Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology, Vol. 454, no. 6, p. 999-1009 (2007)
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