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Biphasic development of the mammalian ventricular conduction system.

Résumé : RATIONALE: The ventricular conduction system controls the propagation of electric activity through the heart to coordinate cardiac contraction. This system is composed of specialized cardiomyocytes organized in defined structures including central components and a peripheral Purkinje fiber network. How the mammalian ventricular conduction system is established during development remains controversial.
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Lucile Miquerol, Natividad Moreno-Rascon, Sabrina Beyer, Laurent Dupays, Sigolène M Meilhac, et al.. Biphasic development of the mammalian ventricular conduction system.. Circulation Research, American Heart Association, 2010, 107 (1), pp.153-61. ⟨10.1161/CIRCRESAHA.110.218156⟩. ⟨pasteur-01572048⟩

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