Morten B Thomsen
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Increased Short-Term Variability of Repolarization Predicts d-Sotalol–Induced Torsades de Pointes in Dogs
MB Thomsen, SC Verduyn, M Stengl, JDM Beekman, G de Pater, ...
Circulation 110 (16), 2453-2459, 2004
In vivo phosphoproteomics analysis reveals the cardiac targets of β-adrenergic receptor signaling
A Lundby, MN Andersen, AB Steffensen, H Horn, CD Kelstrup, ...
Science signaling 6 (278), rs11-rs11, 2013
Beat-to-beat variability of repolarization determines proarrhythmic outcome in dogs susceptible to drug-induced torsades de pointes
MB Thomsen, PGA Volders, JDM Beekman, J Matz, MA Vos
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 48 (6), 1268-1276, 2006
Beat-to-beat variability of QT intervals is increased in patients with drug-induced long-QT syndrome: a case control pilot study
M Hinterseer, MB Thomsen, BM Beckmann, A Pfeufer, R Schimpf, ...
European heart journal 29 (2), 185-190, 2008
Accumulation of slowly activating delayed rectifier potassium current (IKs) in canine ventricular myocytes
M Stengl, PGA Volders, MB Thomsen, RL Spätjens, KR Sipido, MA Vos
The Journal of physiology 551 (3), 777-786, 2003
Assessing the proarrhythmic potential of drugs: current status of models and surrogate parameters of torsades de pointes arrhythmias
MB Thomsen, J Matz, PGA Volders, MA Vos
Pharmacology & therapeutics 112 (1), 150-170, 2006
Usefulness of short-term variability of QT intervals as a predictor for electrical remodeling and proarrhythmia in patients with nonischemic heart failure
M Hinterseer, BM Beckmann, MB Thomsen, A Pfeufer, M Ulbrich, ...
The American journal of cardiology 106 (2), 216-220, 2010
Relation of increased short-term variability of QT interval to congenital long-QT syndrome
M Hinterseer, BM Beckmann, MB Thomsen, A Pfeufer, R Dalla Pozza, ...
The American journal of cardiology 103 (9), 1244-1248, 2009
Proarrhythmic electrical remodelling is associated with increased beat-to-beat variability of repolarisation
MB Thomsen, A Oros, M Schoenmakers, JM van Opstal, JN Maas, ...
Cardiovascular research 73 (3), 521-530, 2007
Accessory subunit KChIP2 modulates the cardiac L-type calcium current
MB Thomsen, C Wang, N Ozgen, HG Wang, MR Rosen, GS Pitt
Circulation research 104 (12), 1382-1389, 2009
No proarrhythmic properties of the antibiotics Moxifloxacin or Azithromycin in anaesthetized dogs with chronic‐AV block
MB Thomsen, JDM Beekman, NJM Attevelt, A Takahara, A Sugiyama, ...
British journal of pharmacology 149 (8), 1039-1048, 2006
Comparison of the IKr blockers moxifloxacin, dofetilide and E‐4031 in five screening models of pro‐arrhythmia reveals lack of specificity of isolated cardiomyocytes
L Nalos, R Varkevisser, MKB Jonsson, MJC Houtman, JD Beekman, ...
British journal of pharmacology 165 (2), 467-478, 2012
Electrophysiological safety of sertindole in dogs with normal and remodeled hearts
MB Thomsen, PGA Volders, M Stengl, RL Späatjens, JDM Beekman, ...
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 307 (2), 776-784, 2003
KCNMA1 encoded cardiac BK channels afford protection against ischemia-reperfusion injury
E Soltysinska, BH Bentzen, M Barthmes, H Hattel, AB Thrush, ME Harper, ...
PloS one 9 (7), e103402, 2014
High-septal pacing reduces ventricular electrical remodeling and proarrhythmia in chronic atrioventricular block dogs
SKG Winckels, MB Thomsen, P Oosterhoff, A Oros, JDM Beekman, ...
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 50 (9), 906-913, 2007
Sudden cardiac death in dogs with remodeled hearts is associated with larger beat–to–beat variability of repolarization
MB Thomsen, M Truin, JM van Opstal, JDM Beekman, PGA Volders, ...
Basic research in cardiology 100 (3), 279-287, 2005
Physiology and analysis of the electrocardiographic T wave in mice
T Speerschneider, MB Thomsen
Acta Physiologica 209 (4), 262-271, 2013
Deleting the accessory subunit KChIP2 results in loss of Ito, f and increased IK, slow that maintains normal action potential configuration
MB Thomsen, EA Sosunov, EP Anyukhovsky, N Özgen, PA Boyden, ...
Heart Rhythm 6 (3), 370-377, 2009
High‐rate pacing reduces variability of repolarization and prevents repolarization‐dependent arrhythmias in dogs with chronic AV block
P Oosterhoff, MB Thomsen, JN Maas, NJM Atteveld, JDM Beekman, ...
Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology 21 (12), 1384-1391, 2010
Decreasing the infusion rate reduces the proarrhythmic risk of NS‐7: confirming the relevance of short‐term variability of repolarisation in predicting drug‐induced torsades de …
E Detre, MB Thomsen, JD Beekman, KU Petersen, MA Vos
British journal of pharmacology 145 (3), 397-404, 2005
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