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Single fiber recording in the mammalian heart: Its role in the study of physiological and pharmacological mechanisms



Single fiber recording in the mammalian heart: Its role in the study of physiological and pharmacological mechanisms



Proc Western Pharmacol Soc 2: 34-46



Intra-cellular recording affords closer inspection of cell membrane events during normal and abnormal function, and discrete changes occurring in areas of spontaneous discharge are best studied in this way.

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