Comparative rheology of nucleated and non-nucleated red blood cells

@article{Gaehtgens1981ComparativeRO,
  title={Comparative rheology of nucleated and non-nucleated red blood cells},
  author={Peter A. L. Gaehtgens and Frank Schmidt and Geoffrey Will},
  journal={Pfl{\"u}gers Archiv},
  year={1981},
  volume={390},
  pages={278-282}
}
Deformation and dynamic flow behaviour of nucleated duck erythrocytes were compared to those of non-nucleated human cells during steady flow (at wall shear stresses up to 3 N·m−2) through glass capillaries (diameter between 5 μm and 12 μm). While the deformation process of both cell species is qualitatively similar, significant quantitative differences demonstrate a lower deformability of the nucleated erythrocytes. In comparison to human cells, the avian red cells exhibit significantly lower… CONTINUE READING

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