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The Heart and Blood

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Are specialised conducting fibres composed of electrically excitable cells that are larger than cardiomyocytes with fewer myofibrils and many mitochondria and which (cells) conduct cardiac action potentials more quickly and efficiently than any other cells in the heart.

Author: C.A McElhatton


Purkinje fibres

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