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Short-lasting episodes of torsade de pointes in the chronic atrioventricular block dog model have a focal mechanism, while longer-lasting episodes are maintained by re-entry

(2017) JACC. CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY. 3(13). p.1565-1576
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Vandersickel, Nele, Alexandre Bossu, Jan De Neve, Albert Dunnink, Veronique MF Meijborg, Marcel AG van der Heyden, Jet DM Beekman, Jacques MT De Bakker, Marc A Vos, and Alexander Panfilov. 2017. “Short-lasting Episodes of Torsade De Pointes in the Chronic Atrioventricular Block Dog Model Have a Focal Mechanism, While Longer-lasting Episodes Are Maintained by Re-entry.” Jacc. Clinical Electrophysiology 3 (13): 1565–1576.
APA
Vandersickel, N., Bossu, A., De Neve, J., Dunnink, A., Meijborg, V. M., van der Heyden, M. A., Beekman, J. D., et al. (2017). Short-lasting episodes of torsade de pointes in the chronic atrioventricular block dog model have a focal mechanism, while longer-lasting episodes are maintained by re-entry. JACC. CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY, 3(13), 1565–1576.
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Vandersickel N, Bossu A, De Neve J, Dunnink A, Meijborg VM, van der Heyden MA, et al. Short-lasting episodes of torsade de pointes in the chronic atrioventricular block dog model have a focal mechanism, while longer-lasting episodes are maintained by re-entry. JACC. CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY. 2017;3(13):1565–76.
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Vandersickel, Nele, Alexandre Bossu, Jan De Neve, et al. “Short-lasting Episodes of Torsade De Pointes in the Chronic Atrioventricular Block Dog Model Have a Focal Mechanism, While Longer-lasting Episodes Are Maintained by Re-entry.” JACC. CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY 3.13 (2017): 1565–1576. Print.
@article{8548899,
  author       = {Vandersickel, Nele and Bossu, Alexandre and De Neve, Jan and Dunnink, Albert and Meijborg, Veronique MF and van der Heyden, Marcel AG and Beekman, Jet DM and De Bakker, Jacques MT and Vos, Marc A and Panfilov, Alexander},
  issn         = {2405-500X},
  journal      = {JACC. CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {13},
  pages        = {1565--1576},
  title        = {Short-lasting episodes of torsade de pointes in the chronic atrioventricular block dog model have a focal mechanism, while longer-lasting episodes are~maintained by re-entry},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jacep.2017.06.016},
  volume       = {3},
  year         = {2017},
}

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