Current Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 18 - Number 24

Editorial [Hot Topic: Hot Topics in Cellular Cardiac Electrophysiology with Potential Impact on Future Drug Design (Guest Editors: Peter P. Nanasi and Valeria Kecskemeti)]

, 18(24): 3595 - 3596

Peter P. Nanasi and Valeria Kecskemeti

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642454

Mechanism of Reverse Rate-Dependent Action of Cardioactive Agents

, 18(24): 3597 - 3606

T. Banyasz, L. Barandi, G. Harmati, L. Virag, N. Szentandrassy, I. Marton, A. Zaza, A. Varro and P. P. Nanasi

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642355

Enhanced Repolarization Capacity: New Potential Antiarrhythmic Strategy Based on hERG Channel Activation

, 18(24): 3607 - 3621

G. Szabo, V. Farkas, M. Grunnet, A. Mohacsi and P. P. Nanasi

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642382

Role of Ca2+-Sensitive K+ Currents in Controlling Ventricular Repolarization: Possible Implications for Future Antiarrhytmic Drug Therapy

, 18(24): 3622 - 3639

N. Nagy, Z. Marton, L. Kiss, A. Varro, P. P. Nanasi and A. Toth

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642463

Sarcolemmal KATP Channel Modulators and Cardiac Arrhythmias

, 18(24): 3640 - 3661

I. Baczko, Z. Husti, V. Lang, I. Lepran and P. E. Light

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642472

Selective Pharmacological Inhibition of the Pacemaker Channel Isoforms (HCN1-4) as New Possible Therapeutical Targets

, 18(24): 3662 - 3674

I. Koncz, T. Szel, K. Jaeger, I. Baczko, E. Cerbai, M. N. Romanelli, J. Gy. Papp and A. Varro

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642427

Atrial Remodeling and Novel Pharmacological Strategies for Antiarrhythmic Therapy in Atrial Fibrillation

, 18(24): 3675 - 3694

N. Jost, Z. Kohajda, A. A. Kristof, Z. Husti, V. Juhasz, L. Kiss, A. Varro, L. Virag and I. Baczko

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642373

Xanthine Derivatives in the Heart: Blessed or Cursed?

, 18(24): 3695 - 3706

A. J. Szentmiklosi, A. Cseppento, R. Gesztelyi, J. Zsuga, A. Kortvely, G. Harmati and P. P. Nanasi

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642391

Cardiac Calmodulin Kinase: A Potential Target for Drug Design

, 18(24): 3707 - 3713

T. Banyasz, N. Szentandrassy, A. Toth, P. P. Nanasi, J. Magyar and Y. Chen-Izu

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642409

Long Term Regulation of Cardiac L-Type Calcium Channel by Small G Proteins

, 18(24): 3714 - 3719

J. Magyar, A. Jenes, K. Kistamas, F. Ruzsnavszky, P. P. Nanasi, J. Satin, N. Szentandrassy and T. Banyasz

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642436

Can the Electrophysiological Action of Rosiglitazone Explain its Cardiac Side Effects?

, 18(24): 3720 - 3728

A. Szebeni, N. Szentandrassy, P. Pacher, J. Simko, P. P. Nanasi and V. Kecskemeti

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642364

Modified cAMP Derivatives: Powerful Tools in Heart Research

, 18(24): 3729 - 3736

N. Szentandrassy, G. Harmati, V. Farkas, B. Horvath, B. Hegyi, J. Magyar, G. Szenasi, I. Marton and P. P. Nanasi

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642445

Powerful Technique to Test Selectivity of Agents Acting on Cardiac Ion Channels: The Action Potential Voltage-Clamp

, 18(24): 3737 - 3756

N. Szentandrassy, D. Nagy, F. Ruzsnavszky, G. Harmati, T. Banyasz, J. Magyar, A. J. Szentmiklosi and P. P. Nanasi

DOI: 10.2174/092986711796642418

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