PMID: 5026759May 1, 1972Paper

Effects of blood perfusion on electrophysiological properties of isolated canine Purkinje fibers

Circulation Research
M R RosenB F Hoffman

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Feb 10, 1967·Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences·B F Hoffman, D H Singer
Jan 1, 1970·Journal of Applied Physiology·R J MyerburgB F Hoffman
Feb 1, 1968·Circulation Research·J T BiggerB F Hoffman
Jan 1, 1968·Journal of Electrocardiology·P F Cranefield, B F Hoffman
Jun 29, 1953·The Journal of Physiology·A S BURGEN, K G TERROUX
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Citations

May 1, 1975·European Journal of Pharmacology·J I GliklichB F Hoffman
Feb 1, 1980·European Journal of Pharmacology·R F RederM R Rosen
Feb 5, 1985·European Journal of Pharmacology·B P DamianoM R Rosen
Mar 3, 1987·European Journal of Pharmacology·N JohnsonM R Rosen
Feb 9, 1988·European Journal of Pharmacology·V M ViamonteM R Rosen
Apr 1, 1976·Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences·P H Morgan, I W Mathison
Jan 1, 1980·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·B N SinghC Y Chew
Mar 1, 1974·American Heart Journal·B N Singh, O Hauswirth
Mar 1, 1982·Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology : PACE·J F Spear, E N Moore
Oct 1, 1974·Circulation·M B WaxmanC H Felderhof
Feb 15, 1978·Klinische Wochenschrift·K Theisen
Jan 1, 1983·Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·L GessmanM R Rosen
May 1, 1984·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·T W SmithJ D Marsh
Mar 1, 1984·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·T W SmithJ D Marsh
Jul 1, 1984·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·T W SmithJ D Marsh

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