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Natalia Trayanova ; Department of Biomedical Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA

In this paper, a computational approach for predicting the effects of anti-arrhythmic therapy, which was informed and validated with experimental data that defined key measurable parameters necessary to simulate the interaction kinetics of the anti-arrhythmic drugs flecainide and lidocaine with cardiac sodium channels.

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IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering  (Volume:4 )