Ronald Wilders
Ronald Wilders
Dept. of Medical Biology, Amsterdam UMC, University of Amsterdam
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Gap junctions in cardiovascular disease
HJ Jongsma, R Wilders
Circulation research 86 (12), 1193-1197, 2000
A mutation in the human cardiac sodium channel (E161K) contributes to sick sinus syndrome, conduction disease and Brugada syndrome in two families
JPP Smits, TT Koopmann, R Wilders, MW Veldkamp, T Opthof, ...
Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology 38 (6), 969-981, 2005
Overlap Syndrome of Cardiac Sodium Channel Disease in Mice Carrying the Equivalent Mutation of Human SCN5A-1795insD
CA Remme, AO Verkerk, D Nuyens, ACG van Ginneken, S van Brunschot, ...
Circulation 114 (24), 2584-2594, 2006
A common polymorphism in KCNH2 (HERG) hastens cardiac repolarization
CR Bezzina, AO Verkerk, A Busjahn, A Jeron, J Erdmann, TT Koopmann, ...
Cardiovascular research 59 (1), 27-36, 2003
A computationally efficient electrophysiological model of human ventricular cells
O Bernus, R Wilders, CW Zemlin, H Verschelde, AV Panfilov
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 282 (6 …, 2002
TAB van Veen, M Stein, A Royer, K Le Quang, F Charpentier, ...
Circulation 112 (13), 1927-1935, 2005
Pacemaker activity of the rabbit sinoatrial node. A comparison of mathematical models
R Wilders, HJ Jongsma, AC Van Ginneken
Biophysical journal 60 (5), 1202-1216, 1991
Pacemaker current (If) in the human sinoatrial node
AO Verkerk, R Wilders, MMGJ van Borren, RJG Peters, E Broekhuis, ...
European heart journal 28 (20), 2472-2478, 2007
Contribution of sodium channel mutations to bradycardia and sinus node dysfunction in LQT3 families
MW Veldkamp, R Wilders, A Baartscheer, JG Zegers, CR Bezzina, ...
Circulation research 92 (9), 976-983, 2003
Limitations of the dual voltage clamp method in assaying conductance and kinetics of gap junction channels
R Wilders, HJ Jongsma
Biophysical Journal 63 (4), 942-953, 1992
Contribution of L-type Ca2+current to electrical activity in sinoatrial nodal myocytes of rabbits
EE Verheijck, ACG van Ginneken, R Wilders, LN Bouman
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 276 (3 …, 1999
Pacemaker synchronization of electrically coupled rabbit sinoatrial node cells
EE Verheijck, R Wilders, RW Joyner, DA Golod, R Kumar, HJ Jongsma, ...
The Journal of general physiology 111 (1), 95-112, 1998
Ionic remodeling of sinoatrial node cells by heart failure
AO Verkerk, R Wilders, R Coronel, JH Ravesloot, EE Verheijck
Circulation 108 (6), 760-766, 2003
Intercellular coupling through gap junctions masks M cells in the human heart
CE Conrath, R Wilders, R Coronel, JMT de Bakker, P Taggart, ...
Cardiovascular Research 62 (2), 407-414, 2004
Electrophysiological changes in heart failure and their implications for arrhythmogenesis
R Coronel, R Wilders, AO Verkerk, RF Wiegerinck, D Benoist, O Bernus
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Basis of Disease 1832 (12 …, 2013
Effects of cGMP-dependent phosphorylation on rat and human connexin43 gap junction channels
BR Kwak, JC Sáez, R Wilders, M Chanson, GI Fishman, EL Hertzberg, ...
Pflügers Archiv 430, 770-778, 1995
Larger cell size in rabbits with heart failure increases myocardial conduction velocity and QRS duration
RF Wiegerinck, AO Verkerk, CN Belterman, TAB van Veen, A Baartscheer, ...
Circulation 113 (6), 806-813, 2006
Ion channelopathies in human induced pluripotent stem cell derived cardiomyocytes: a dynamic clamp study with virtual IK1
RME Meijer van Putten, I Mengarelli, K Guan, JG Zegers, ...
Frontiers in physiology 6, 7, 2015
Spatial and functional relationship between myocytes and fibroblasts in the rabbit sinoatrial node
A De Maziere, ACG Van Ginneken, R Wilders, HJ Jongsma, LN Bouman
Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology 24 (6), 567-578, 1992
Computational analysis of the human sinus node action potential: model development and effects of mutations
A Fabbri, M Fantini, R Wilders, S Severi
The Journal of physiology 595 (7), 2365-2396, 2017
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