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Cardiac cell modelling: Observations from the heart of the cardiac physiome project

By M. Finka, S. A. Niederer, E. M. Cherry, F. H. Fenton, J. T. Koivumki, G. Seemann, R. Thul, H. Zhang, F. B. Sachse, D. Beard, E. J. Crampin and N. Smith
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Year: 2010
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