Some mechanisms of antiarrhythmic effect of phosphoenolpyruvate
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Depolarization automaticity was modeled on the papillary muscle from the guinea pig heart. Phosphoenolpyruvate (0.1 mM) 2-fold decreased the high-frequency calcium-dependent automaticity, but only weakly affected frequency of action potentials, whose upstroke was formed by fast sodium current or had a mixed nature. Phosphoenolpyruvate shifted the diastolic potential toward negative values, which depended on the amplitude of depolarization step. These effects developed 10–15 min after application of the preparation.
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