Voigt, Niels

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24.06.2024

Impaired Intracellular Calcium Buffering Contributes to the Arrhythmogenic Substrate in Atrial Myocytes From Patients With Atrial Fibrillation

Authors Fakuade FE, Hubricht D, Möller V, Sobitov I, Liutkute A, Döring Y, Seibertz F, Gerloff M, Pronto JRD, Haghighi F, Brandenburg S, Alhussini K, Ignatyeva N, Bonhoff Y, Kestel S, El-Essawi A, Jebran AF, Großmann M, Danner BC, Baraki H, Schmidt C, Sossalla S, Kutschka I, Bening C, Maack
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10.06.2024

Lysosomal signalling pathways influence heart rhythm, and regulate atrial function

Authors Capel RA, Akerman E, Rog-Zielinska E, Winbo A, Aston D, Mu-u-min RBA, Read MJ, Bose SJ, Swietach P, Wang J, Corbett AD, Koschinski A, Montgomery JM, Falter F, Calamaio S, Melgari D, Prevostini R, Rivolta I, Ayagama T, Jenkin I, Simon JN, Fakuade FE, Pronto J, Sharma P, Song
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01.06.2024

Through the Haze: Unveiling the Link Between Smoking and Atrial Fibrillation

Authors Mason FE, Voigt N Journal American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology Citation Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2024 Jun 1;326(6):H1489-H1490. Abstract No abstract available. DOI 10.1152/ajpheart.00286.2024   Pubmed Link
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30.05.2024

Metabolic remodelling in atrial fibrillation: manifestations, mechanisms and clinical implications

Authors Bode D, Pronto JRD, Schiattarella GG, Voigt N Journal Nature Reviews. Cardiology Citation Nat Rev Cardiol. 2024 May 30. Abstract Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a continually growing health-care burden that often presents together with metabolic disorders, including diabetes mellitus and obesity. Current treatments often fall short of preventing AF
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18.04.2024

Microtubules: highway to … arrhythmia?

Authors Liutkute A, Prosser BL, Voigt N Journal Cardiovascular Research Citation Cardiovasc Res. 2024 Apr 18:cvae072. Abstract No abstract available DOI 10.1093/cvr/cvae072   Pubmed Link
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28.02.2024

Nanoscale architecture and dynamics of CaV1.3 channel clusters in cardiac myocytes revealed by single channel nanoscopy

Authors Schwenzer N, Tsukanov R, Kohl T, Basak S, Seibertz F, Voigt N, Enderlein J, Lehnart SE   Journal BioRxiv   Citation bioRxiv 2024.02.26.582084.   Abstract The clustering of L-type calcium channels in cardiac myocytes presents an important mechanism for functional regulation of calcium signaling. Here we applied targeted super-resolution
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26.01.2024

High throughput methods for cardiac cellular electrophysiology studies: The road to personalized medicine

Authors Seibertz F, Voigt N Journal American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology Citation Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2024 Jan 26. Abstract Personalized medicine refers to the tailored application of medical treatment at an individual level, taking into account the specific genotype or phenotype of each patient
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24.01.2024

Recording ten-fold larger IKr conductances with automated patch clamping using equimolar Cs+ solutions

Authors Bloothooft M, Verbruggen B, Seibertz F, van der Heyden MAG, Voigt N, de Boer TP Journal Frontiers in Physiology Citation Front Physiol. 2024 Jan 24;15:1298340. Abstract Background: The rapid delayed rectifier potassium current (IKr) is important for cardiac repolarization and is most often involved in drug-induced arrhythmias. However, accurately
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05.01.2024

Noninvasive analysis of contractility during identical maturations revealed two phenotypes in ventricular but not in atrial iPSC-CM

Authors Rapöhn M, Cyganek L, Voigt N, Hasenfuß G, Lehnart SE, Wegener JW Journal American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology Citation Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2024 Jan 5. Abstract Patient-derived induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) can be differentiated into atrial and ventricular cardiomyocytes to allow for
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03.01.2024

Acute antiarrhythmic effects of SGLT2 inhibitors-dapagliflozin lowers the excitability of atrial cardiomyocytes

Authors Paasche A, Wiedmann F, Kraft M, Seibertz F, Herlt V, Blochberger PL, Jávorszky N, Beck M, Weirauch L, Seeger T, Blank A, Haefeli WE, Arif R, Meyer AL, Warnecke G, Karck M, Voigt N, Frey N, Schmidt C Journal Basic Research in Cardiology Citation Basic Res Cardiol. 2024 Jan
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