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Session Details

Poster Session 2: Ion channels and Electrophysiology - Reviewers: B. Knollmann, S. Hatem
31 Mar 09:00 - 18:00 Electrophysiology / Arrhythmias Poster Session Poster Area - Poster Area
Chairpersons: F Di Lisa (Padua, IT), J G R De Mey (Maastricht, NL), LJ De Windt (Maastricht, NL), P Kohl (London, GB), M Giacca (Trieste, IT), M Mercola (La Jolla, US), T Padro (Barcelona, ES), O Bergmann (Stockholm, SE), J Nilsson (Malmo, SE), J van der Velden (Amsterdam, NL), K Wouters (Maastricht, NL), A J G Horrevoets (Amsterdam, NL), T H Schindler (Geneve 14, CH), M N Sheppard (London, GB), M Mayr (London, GB), R Krams (London, GB), M Gautel (London, GB), B Casadei (Oxford, GB), J L Johnson (Bristol, GB), J D Pearson (London, GB), C Terracciano (Harefield, GB), N Smart (London, GB), S Nourshargh (London, GB), M Avkiran (London, GB), S Potteaux (Paris, FR), S Hatem (Paris, FR), A R Pries (Berlin, DE), T Unger (Berlin, DE), D Hilfiker-Kleiner (Hannover, DE), F Quaini (Parma, IT), C Poggesi (Firenze, IT), P F Davies (Philadelphia, US), B C Knollmann (Nashville, US)

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