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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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Weingart R, Imanaga I, Weidmann S. (1975) Low resistance pathways between myocardial cells. Recent Advances in Studies On Cardiac Structure and Metabolism. 5: 227-32
Weidmann S. (1966) The diffusion of radiopotassium across intercalated disks of mammalian cardiac muscle. The Journal of Physiology. 187: 323-42
WEIDMANN S. (1961) Ion movements underlying the cardiac action potential. American Heart Journal. 61: 298-302
WEIDMANN S. (1951) [Membrane resistance during heart action]. Helvetica Physiologica Et Pharmacologica Acta. 9: C 39
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