[The mass transfer of blood plasma components across the erythrocyte plasmalemma in a centrifugal force field].

Abstract

In mammals, nucleus-free erythrocytes participate in two types of movement: a forward and a rotatory motion. The latter type brings about a centrifugal force in the red blood cells. This induces distortion of the erythrocytes, a diffusion speed of the blood components, and an unspecific sorption.

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@article{Ignatev1996TheMT, title={[The mass transfer of blood plasma components across the erythrocyte plasmalemma in a centrifugal force field].}, author={V V Ignat'ev and V. N. Kidalov and P P Rymkevich and Vladimir O Samoilov}, journal={Fiziologicheskii zhurnal imeni I.M. Sechenova}, year={1996}, volume={82 5-6}, pages={72-6} }