O(2) release from erythrocytes flowing in a narrow O(2)-permeable tube: effects of erythrocyte aggregation.

@article{Tateishi2001O2RF,
  title={O(2) release from erythrocytes flowing in a narrow O(2)-permeable tube: effects of erythrocyte aggregation.},
  author={Norihiko Tateishi and Yoshiko Suzuki and Iwona Cicha and Nobuji Maeda},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={281 1},
  pages={
          H448-56
        }
}
The effects of erythrocyte aggregation on O(2) release were examined using O(2)-permeable fluorinated ethylenepropylene copolymer tubes (inner diameter, 25 microm; outer diameter, 100 microm). Measurements were performed using an apparatus built on an inverted microscope that contained a scanning-grating spectrophotometer with a photon count detector connected to two photomultipliers and an image processor through a video camera. The rate of O(2) release from the cells flowing in the narrow… Expand
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