Alex Rock

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Ca2+ transients were activated in rabbit ventricular cells by a sequence of action potential shaped voltage clamps. After activating a series of control transients, Na+ currents (INa) were inactivated with a ramp from -80 to -40 mV (1.5 s) prior to the action potential clamp. The transients were detected with the calcium indicator Fluo-4 and an(More)
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