Action of Natural Toxins on Cardiac Ionic Channels

@inproceedings{Renaud1989ActionON,
  title={Action of Natural Toxins on Cardiac Ionic Channels},
  author={J. Renaud and M. Lazdunski},
  year={1989}
}
Various ionic currents and conductance changes underlie the normal electrogenesis and automaticity of the heart {1}. A number of drugs and therapeutic agents act on the membranes of myocardial cells in a more or less specific manner on sodium, calcium, and potassium channels. 

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