Bivariate and multivariate analyses of the correlations between stability of the erythrocyte membrane, serum lipids and hematological variables.

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The observation that the fluidity must remain within a critical interval, outside which the stability and functionality of the cell tends to decrease, shows that stability, fluidity and function are related and that the measure of erythrocyte stability allows inferences about the fluidity or functionality of these cells. This study determined the… (More)
DOI: 10.3233/BIR-130641

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@article{Neto2013BivariateAM, title={Bivariate and multivariate analyses of the correlations between stability of the erythrocyte membrane, serum lipids and hematological variables.}, author={M Bernardino Neto and E B de Avelar and Thatyana Arantes and I A Jord{\~a}o and Juliana Carla da Costa Huss and Tatiana Maria Theodoro de Souza and V A de Souza Penha and S{\'e}rgio C da Silva and Paulo C{\'e}sar A de Souza and Marcelo de Sousa Tavares and Nilson Penha-Silva}, journal={Biorheology}, year={2013}, volume={50 5-6}, pages={305-20} }