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Involved in promoting the concept that heart function is governed by the interplay of 3 factors: load, myocardial activation/inactivation, and degree of synchrony

(2011) CIRCULATION. 123(14). p.F79-F82
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VENTRICULAR PRESSURE FALL, RELAXATION

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Gillebert, Thierry, and Jennifer Taylor. 2011. “Involved in Promoting the Concept That Heart Function Is Governed by the Interplay of 3 Factors: Load, Myocardial Activation/inactivation, and Degree of Synchrony.” Circulation.
APA
Gillebert, T., & Taylor, J. (2011). Involved in promoting the concept that heart function is governed by the interplay of 3 factors: load, myocardial activation/inactivation, and degree of synchrony. CIRCULATION.
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Gillebert T, Taylor J. Involved in promoting the concept that heart function is governed by the interplay of 3 factors: load, myocardial activation/inactivation, and degree of synchrony. CIRCULATION. 2011. p. F79–F82.
MLA
Gillebert, Thierry, and Jennifer Taylor. “Involved in Promoting the Concept That Heart Function Is Governed by the Interplay of 3 Factors: Load, Myocardial Activation/inactivation, and Degree of Synchrony.” CIRCULATION 2011 : F79–F82. Print.
@misc{1207333,
  author       = {Gillebert, Thierry and Taylor, Jennifer},
  issn         = {0009-7322},
  keyword      = {VENTRICULAR PRESSURE FALL,RELAXATION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {14},
  pages        = {F79--F82},
  series       = {CIRCULATION},
  title        = {Involved in promoting the concept that heart function is governed by the interplay of 3 factors: load, myocardial activation/inactivation, and degree of synchrony},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1161/CIR.0b013e318205c3d0},
  volume       = {123},
  year         = {2011},
}

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