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Since the development of the first mathematical cardiac cell model 50 years ago, computational modelling has become an increasingly powerful tool for the analysis of data and for the integration of… (More)
Cardiac electrical and mechanical activity are closely interrelated not only via the chain of events, commonly referred to as “excitation–contraction coupling” (ECC), that links electrical excitation… (More)
Cardiac experimental electrophysiology is in need of a well-defined Minimum Information Standard for recording, annotating, and reporting experimental data. As a step towards establishing this, we… (More)
Cardiac pacemaker cells exhibit spontaneous, rhythmic electrical excitation, termed automaticity. This automatic initiation of action potentials requires spontaneous diastolic depolarisation, whose… (More)
Systems biology, the approach that combines reduction and integration to explore dynamic structure-function interrelations across biomedically relevant spatio-temporal scales, is applied to heart… (More)
Introduction: Mechanical stimuli can cause premature ventricular excitation (PVEM) which, during a narrow time-window of the early T-wave, have been reported to result in re-entrant arrhythmias. We… (More)
A second right coronary artery is not at all unusual, as described here from Oxford, England.