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Summary Literature (4)
Literature for DOID 0050793: short QT syndrome

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Biophysical properties of zebrafish ether-à-go-go related gene potassium channels., Scholz EP,Niemer N,Hassel D,Zitron E,Bürgers HF,Bloehs R,Seyler C,Scherer D,Thomas D,Kathöfer S,Katus HA,Rottbauer WA,Karle CA, Biochem Biophys Res Commun. April 3, 2009; 381(2):1090-2104.
A recombinant N-terminal domain fully restores deactivation gating in N-truncated and long QT syndrome mutant hERG potassium channels., Gustina AS,Trudeau MC, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 4, 2009; 106(31):1091-6490.
Genetically induced dysfunctions of Kir2.1 channels: implications for short QT3 syndrome and autism-epilepsy phenotype., Ambrosini E,Sicca F,Brignone MS,D'Adamo MC,Napolitano C,Servettini I,Moro F,Ruan Y,Guglielmi L,Pieroni S,Servillo G,Lanciotti A,Valvo G,Catacuzzeno L,Franciolini F,Molinari P,Marchese M,Grottesi A,Guerrini R,Santorelli FM,Priori S,Pessia M, Hum Mol Genet. September 15, 2014; 23(18):1460-2083.
Pro-arrhythmogenic Effects of the V141M KCNQ1 Mutation in Short QT Syndrome and Its Potential Therapeutic Targets: Insights from Modeling., Lee HC,Lee HC,Rudy Y,Liang H,Chen CC,Luo CH,Sheu SH,Cui J, J Med Biol Eng. October 1, 2017; 37(5):1609-0985.