Conductometric properties of human erythrocyte membranes: dependence on haematocrit and alkali metal ions of the suspending medium


The electrical properties of the cytoplasmatic membrane of human erythrocyte cells have been evaluated by means of dielectric spectroscopy measurements in the radiowave frequency range, using the so-called ``suspension method''. Measurements have been carried out at different volume fractions of the corpuscular phase (the cell haematocrit) in order to… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002490050074

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