31 August - 04 September 2019, Paris - France

Session Details

Insight into atrial physiology and pathology
Sun 01 Sep 10:05 - 10:55 Basic Science - Cardiac Diseases: Arrhythmias Moderated Posters, Abstract-based Programme Moderated ePoster 3 - Poster Area
Chairpersons: Natasja DE GROOT (Rotterdam, Netherlands (The)), Dobromir DOBREV (Essen, Germany)
Learning Objectives: Moderated Posters are on display from 08:30 to 11:30 on the plasma screen of the topic related Moderated Poster station. During the moderated poster session (10:05-10:55), from a large plasma screen, Presenters will summarise their research within 3 minutes and then address questions from the Chairpersons and Audience.

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List of Presentations

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10:05P1229Massive expansion of native human atrial cardiomyocytes through immortogenetics: generation of the hiAM cell linesNiels HARLAAR (Leiden, Netherlands (The))
10:05P1230Impact of regulated junctophilin-2 clustering at axial tubule junctions on atrial excitation-contraction coupling and therapeutic implicationsSoeren BRANDENBURG (Goettingen, Germany)
10:05P1231Loss of function in cytoskeletal genes associates with early onset atrial fibrillationOliver Bundgaard VAD (Copenhagen, Denmark)
10:05P1232A subpopulation of epicardium-derived cells are preprogrammed towards fibroblast differentiation in the atrial myocardiumNadine SUFFEE (Paris, France)
10:05P1233Differential effects of five risk variants for atrial fibrillation at the 4q25 region on L-type calcium current and transient inward currents in human atrial myocytesCarmen TARIFA (Barcelona, Spain)
10:05P1234Weight fluctuation demonstrates residual atrial arrhythmogenic substrate despite final weight loss in a chronic sheep model: implications for epicardial fat and fibrofatty infiltratesThomas Adam AGBAEDENG (Adelaide, Australia)
10:05P1235Acetylcholine-activated inward-rectifier potassium currents in atrial cardiomyocytes derived from induced pluripotent stem cells and atrial engineered heart muscle preparationsRobin SPRINGER (Goettingen, Germany)