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Chronobiological Aspects of Impact of Apnoic Episode and Reoxygenation on the Electrical Myocardial Properties and Autonomic Nervous System Activity in Wistar Rats

By Pavol Svorc, Ivana Bacova, Pavol Svorc, Jr., Monika Novakova and Alexander Marossy

Submitted: September 12th 2013Reviewed: September 27th 2013Published: February 12th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/57168

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Pavol Svorc, Ivana Bacova, Pavol Svorc, Jr., Monika Novakova and Alexander Marossy (February 12th 2014). Chronobiological Aspects of Impact of Apnoic Episode and Reoxygenation on the Electrical Myocardial Properties and Autonomic Nervous System Activity in Wistar Rats, Cardiac Arrhythmias Wilbert S. Aronow, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/57168. Available from:

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