[Morphologic changes of erythrocytes in mice and rats exposed to organophosphate cholinesterase inhibitors].


Initial stages of animal poisoning with phosphacole and carbophos are accompanied by growth of erythrocytes in size and considerable changes of their surface shape, which disappear in 15 min--4 hrs regardless of the remaining cholinesterase activity inhibition. The phenomenon of erythrocytes' deformation is reproducible in in vitro experiments under the… (More)