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Term:regulation of Purkinje myocyte action potential
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Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of action potential creation, propagation or termination in a Purkinje myocyte. This typically occurs via modulation of the activity or expression of voltage-gated ion channels.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Gja5 gap junction protein, alpha 5 ISO (PMID:22247482) RGD PMID:22247482 NCBI chr 2:199,162,745...199,184,942
Ensembl chr 2:199,162,745...199,184,939
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  biological_process 20027
    cellular process 18798
      cell communication 7664
        regulation of cell communication 3481
          regulation of Purkinje myocyte action potential 1
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  biological_process 20027
    biological regulation 13773
      regulation of biological process 13075
        regulation of multicellular organismal process 2914
          regulation of system process 648
            regulation of blood circulation 267
              regulation of heart contraction 199
                cardiac conduction 66
                  cell communication involved in cardiac conduction 41
                    Purkinje myocyte to ventricular cardiac muscle cell communication 5
                      Purkinje myocyte to ventricular cardiac muscle cell signaling 5
                        Purkinje myocyte action potential 4
                          regulation of Purkinje myocyte action potential 1
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