The Shape of the Mammalian Erythrocyte and Its Respiratory Function. Ii

  • E. L. Ponder
  • Published 2003 in The Journal of general physiology


In a previous paper (1) it has been pointed out that a section through the poles of a mammalian red cell of typical biconcave form approximates to one of the equipotential curves of Cayley, and that, although such a curve does not fit the shape of the cell with any exactness, the approach of the cell surface to an equipotentia] surface is interesting in… (More)


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