Calmodulin/CaMKII inhibition improves intercellular communication and impulse propagation in the heart and is antiarrhythmic under conditions when fibrosis is absent

Hiroki Takanari, Vincent J.A. Bourgonje, Magda S.C. Fontes, Antonia J.A. Raaijmakers, Helen Driessen, John A. Jansen, Roel Van Der Nagel, Bart Kok, Leonie Van Stuijvenberg, Mohamed Boulaksil, Yoshio Takemoto, Masatoshi Yamazaki, Yukiomi Tsuji, Haruo Honjo, Kaichiro Kamiya, Itsuo Kodama, Mark E. Anderson, Marcel A.G. Van Der Heyden, Harold V.M. Van Rijen, Toon A.B. Van VeenMarc A. Vos

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