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E-4031-induced torsade de pointes is potentiated by hmr1556 or atx-ii but is not predicted by action potential short-term variability or triangulation

Michael, G. and Kane, K.A. and Coker, S.J. (2008) E-4031-induced torsade de pointes is potentiated by hmr1556 or atx-ii but is not predicted by action potential short-term variability or triangulation. Heart, 94 (2). ISSN 1468-201X

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Abstract

This paper examines E-4031-induced torsade de pointes is potentiated by hmr1556 or atx-ii but is not predicted by action potential short-term variability or triangulation.