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Published ahead of print December 01, 2015;
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The study was designed to investigate the effect of verapamil on the speed of propagation of electrical excitation in the myocardium. As a result, it was found that verapamil reduces heart rate, the speed of excitation in the myocardium remains unchanged. The results obtained allow us to estimate the effect of verapamil on the condition of cardiac tissue, based on the change in its conductivity during treatment with the drug.

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Published ahead of print December 01, 2015;
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This article may be regarded as a quick reference to laboratory staff who are wishing to develop their own microscopy system for self-service and modernization of the system and in order to save the lab budget.

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Published ahead of print December 01, 2015;
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Single episode of generalized tonic-clonic seizures induced by pentylenetetrazole led to slowly developing memory impairments in rats, accompanied by elimination of excessive newly generated young cells which were born in the hippocampus soon after the seizures and transient activation of microglial cells in this neurogenic niche.

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