Items where Author is "Heitmann, Stewart"

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Finol-Urdaneta, Rocio K. and Ziegman, Rebekah and Dekan, Zoltan and McArthur, Jeffrey R. and Heitmann, Stewart and Luna-Ramirez, Karen and Tae, Han-Shen and Mueller, Alexander and Starobova, Hana and Chin, Yanni K.-Y. and Wingerd, Joshua S. and Undheim, Eivind A. B. and Cristofori-Armstrong, Ben and Hill, Adam P. and Herzig, Volker and King, Glenn F. and Vetter, Irina and Rash, Lachlan D. and Adams, David J. and Alewood, Paul F. (2022) Multitarget nociceptor sensitization by a promiscuous peptide from the venom of the King Baboon spider. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119 (5). ISSN 0027-8424

TeBay, Clifford and McArthur, Jeffrey R. and Mangala, Melissa and Kerr, Nicholas and Heitmann, Stewart and Perry, Matthew D. and Windley, Monique J. and Vandenberg, Jamie I. and Hill, Adam P. (2022) Pathophysiological metabolic changes associated with disease modify the proarrhythmic risk profile of drugs with potential to prolong repolarisation. British Journal of Pharmacology, 179 (11). pp.2631-2646. ISSN 0007-1188

Saucerman, Jeffrey J. and Heitmann, Stewart and Shpak, Anton and Vandenberg, Jamie I. and Hill, Adam P. (2021) Arrhythmogenic effects of ultra-long and bistable cardiac action potentials. PLOS Computational Biology, 17 (2). pp. e1008683. ISSN 1553-7358

Ballouz, Sara and Mangala, Melissa M and Perry, Matthew D and Heitmann, Stewart and Gillis, Jesse A and Hill, Adam P and Vandenberg, Jamie I (2021) Co-expression of calcium and hERG potassium channels reduces the incidence of proarrhythmic events. Cardiovascular Research, 117 (10). pp.2216-2227. ISSN 0008-6363

Berry, Hugues and Heitmann, Stewart and Ermentrout, G. Bard (2020) Direction-selective motion discrimination by traveling waves in visual cortex. PLOS Computational Biology, 16 (9). pp. e1008164. ISSN 1553-7358

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