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It is known that dietary consumption of ω-3 fatty acids is correlated with a reduced incidence of cardiovascular events. Here, we investigated the effect of dietary ω-3 fatty acids on atrial fibrillation (AF) vulnerability in a canine model of AF and explored the related mechanisms. Methods : 24 male beagle dogs (weight, 8-10 kg) were randomly divided into four groups: (a) sham-operated group (normal chow), (b) AF group ( AF with normal chow), (c) AF+FO (AF and chow supplemented with fish oildoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-16136/v1 fatcat:zqet4zwaevhmneb2sevv3tufue