Ira Cohen, MD

1929-1950 Neurosurgery Mt. Sinai 
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Chauveau S, Anyukhovskiy Y, Benari M, et al. (2016) 0406 : Keratinocyte-derived cardiomyocytes provide in vivo biological pacemaker function Archives of Cardiovascular Diseases Supplements. 8: 257
Zaydman MA, Li Y, Beller Z, et al. (2014) Dynamic Pip2-Iks Interactions Mediate Cardiac Rate Adaptation Biophysical Journal. 106: 749a-750a
Chang F, Gao J, Tromba C, et al. (1990) Acetylcholine reverses effects of beta-agonists on pacemaker current in canine cardiac Purkinje fibers but has no direct action. A difference between primary and secondary pacemakers. Circulation Research. 66: 633-6
Cohen I, Falk R, Gintant G. (1985) Saturation of the internal sodium site of the sodium pump can distort estimates of potassium affinity. Biophysical Journal. 46: 719-27
Van der Kloot W, Cohen IS. (1984) Temperature effects on spontaneous and evoked quantal size at the frog neuromuscular junction. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 4: 2200-3
Cohen I, Van der Kloot W. (1982) The interaction of extracellular H+, Na+, Ca2+ and Sr2+ on the decay of miniature end-plate currents. Brain Research. 241: 285-90
Attwell D, Cohen I, Eisner DA. (1981) The effects of heart rate on the action potential of guinea-pig and human ventricular muscle. The Journal of Physiology. 313: 439-61
Cohen I, Falk R, Kline R. (1981) Membrane currents following activity in canine cardiac Purkinje fibers Biophysical Journal. 33: 281-288
Cohen I, van der Kloot W, Attwell D. (1981) The timing of channel opening during miniature end-plate currents. Brain Research. 223: 185-9
Cohen I, Attwell D, Strichartz G. (1981) The dependence of the maximum rate of rise of the action potential upstroke on membrane properties. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 214: 85-98
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