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Term:membrane repolarization during bundle of His cell action potential
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Definition:The process in which ions are transported across a membrane such that the bundle of His cardiac muscle cell membrane potential changes in the direction from the positive membrane potential at the peak of the action potential towards the negative resting potential.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: membrane repolarization during bundle of His cardiac muscle cell action potential


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  biological_process 11998
    localization 4765
      establishment of localization 3410
        establishment of localization in cell 1653
          cardiac muscle cell membrane repolarization 26
            membrane repolarization during cardiac muscle cell action potential 11
              membrane repolarization during bundle of His cell action potential 0
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  biological_process 11998
    biological regulation 8793
      regulation of biological process 8336
        regulation of multicellular organismal process 2574
          regulation of system process 591
            regulation of blood circulation 234
              regulation of heart contraction 177
                cardiac conduction 57
                  cell communication involved in cardiac conduction 36
                    bundle of His cell to Purkinje myocyte communication 12
                      bundle of His cell to Purkinje myocyte signaling 6
                        bundle of His cell action potential 6
                          membrane repolarization during bundle of His cell action potential 0
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