Conductometric study of shear-dependent processes in red cell suspensions. I. Effect of red blood cell aggregate morphology on blood conductance.

@article{Pribush2004ConductometricSO,
  title={Conductometric study of shear-dependent processes in red cell suspensions. I. Effect of red blood cell aggregate morphology on blood conductance.},
  author={Alexander Pribush and Dan Meyerstein and Naomi Meyerstein},
  journal={Biorheology},
  year={2004},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={
          13-28
        }
}
The conductance and capacitance of flowing and quiescent red blood cell (RBC) suspensions were measured at a frequency of 0.2 MHz. The results demonstrate that the time-dependent changes in the conductance recorded during the aggregation process differ in nature for suspensions of short linear rouleaux, branched aggregates and RBC networks. It is shown that the conductance of RBC suspensions measured during the aggregation and disaggregation processes follows the morphological transformations… CONTINUE READING

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