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Silvio Weidmann

Physiology University of Bern, Bern, Bern, Switzerland 
Electrophysiology, cardiac muscle
"Silvio Weidmann"

1921-2005. He is considered to be the founder of cardiac celllular electrophysiology and the first to record action potentials from cardiac muscle. For short biographies see:

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Weidmann S. (1994) Magnetic stimulation of ferret papillary muscle. The Journal of Physiology. 475: 169-73
Weidmann S. (1994) 'Action substances' of peripheral nerve re-visited. Experientia. 50: 342-5
Weidmann S. (1993) Cardiac action potentials, membrane currents, and some personal reminiscences. Annual Review of Physiology. 55: 1-14
Weidmann S. (1987) Cardiac cellular electrophysiology: past and present. Experientia. 43: 133-46
Weidmann S. (1982) Cardiac electrophysiology and its contribution to cardiology. Mayo Clinic Proceedings. 57: 2-5
Weidmann S. (1982) Cardiac cellular physiology and its contribution to electrocardiology Japanese Heart Journal. 23: 12-16
Weidmann S. (1980) Cardiac muscle cells communicate in life, but fail to give a message of their decay (Engelmann, 1875). Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences. 85: 231-5
Cranefield PF, Weidmann S. (1979) Kovalev's Health. Science (New York, N.Y.). 204: 124
Weidmann S. (1978) Work in progress at the Shanghai Institute of Physiology, Division of Acupuncture. Experientia. 34: 964-9
Weidmann S. (1977) Effects of palytoxin on the electrical activity of dog and rabbit heart. Experientia. 33: 1487-9
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