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26 May 1994 Fluorescence mapping of transmembrane potentials during cardiac stimulation
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An important effect of electrical stimulation on myocardial tissue is the change in the transmembrane voltage induced during the stimulation pulse. This initial effect then activates transmembrane voltage-dependent ion channels and can produce a propagated action potential after the pulse. Fluorescence mapping with transmembrane voltage-sensitive dye has been used to measure the direction of the initial change in transmembrane voltage-sensitive during a stimulation pulse and the magnitude of the change relative to the action potential amplitude.
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Stephen B. Knisley and Bruce C. Hill "Fluorescence mapping of transmembrane potentials during cardiac stimulation", Proc. SPIE 2132, Clinical Applications of Modern Imaging Technology II, (26 May 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.176581
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