Effect of hypercapnia on aconitine-induced atrial fibrillation and on ventricular fibrillation caused by focal cooling of the rapidly beating ventricles of the dog

American Heart Journal
D SCHERFA JODY

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References

Feb 1, 1955·American Heart Journal·D SCHERFF ROTH
Dec 1, 1946·Journal of Cellular Physiology·R LORENTE de NO, T P FENG

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Aconitine
Metazoa
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Hypercapnia
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Parathyroid Gland
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