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Author: M. Bessis,R. I. Weed,P. F. Leblond
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (August 13, 1973)
Language: English
Pages: 180
Category: Medicine
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Physiology, Pathology, Ultrastructure. An Illustrated Classification and its Rationale.

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Автор: M. Bessis; R. Weed; P. Leblond Название: Red Cell Shape Издательство: Springer .

2012 Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 0 x 1. 8 x . 4 cm Основная тема: Medicine & Public Health Подзаголовок: Physiology, Pathology, Ultrastructure Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии.

In: Bessis, . Weeds, . Ed. Red Cell Shape: Physiology, Pathology, Ultrastructure, Springer Verlag In. New York, 41-48. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Prolonged Storage of Red Blood Cells for Transfusion in Citrate Phosphate Dextrose Adenine-1 Affects Their Viability. AUTHORS: Samuel Antwi-Baffour, Samuel Appiah Danso, Jonathan Adjei, Ransford Kyeremeh, Michael Mark Addae. KEYWORDS: Blood, Transfusion, Membrane, Red Blood Cells, Morphological, CPDA-1.

Red cell shape : physiology, pathology, ultrastructure. Marcel C. Bessis, Robert I. Weed, Pierre F. Pierre F. Leblond, Liisa Coulombe, Jean Lyonnais. British journal of haematology. Erythrocyte populations in pyruvate kinase deficiency anaemia following splenectomy. II. Cell deformability. The deformability of three previously described morphological populations of erythrocytes from splenectomized pyruvate kinase (PK) deficient patients was assessed using both Nucleopore filtration an. More).

Modified from Bessis M: Red cell shapes: An illustrated classification and its rationale. In Bessis M, Weed RI, Leblond PF, eds: Red Cell Shape Physiology, Pathology, Ultrastructure, New York, 1973, Springer-Verlag

Modified from Bessis M: Red cell shapes: An illustrated classification and its rationale. In Bessis M, Weed RI, Leblond PF, eds: Red Cell Shape Physiology, Pathology, Ultrastructure, New York, 1973, Springer-Verlag. Acanthocytosis was first described in cases of and subsequently in severe liver disease, the s syndrome, the McLeod blood group phenotype, and other conditions.

Red cell shape, physiology, pathology, ultrastructure, ed. by M. Bessis a. N. Y. a. 1973; S h o h e t S. B. Hemolysis and changes in erythrocyte membrane lipids, New Engl. J. Me. v. 286, p. 577, p. 638, 1972, bibliogr. php?title HEMOLYSIS&oldid 6658".

Shape changes of the erythrocyte cell membrane-visualized by light microscopy-are thought to coincide with . In Red Cell Shape: Physiology, Pathology, and Ultrastructure; Bessis, . Weed, .

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Red Cell Shape: Physiology, Pathology, Ultrastructure. Most of the authors participated in a workshop on red cell shape held in June, 1972 at the Institute of Cell Pathology, Hopital de Bicetre, Paris.

This monograph is a collection of invited contributions from a group of investiga­ tors who share a common interest in the interrelationships between the shape, struc­ ture, and functional characteristics of normal and pathologic erythrocytes. Most of the authors participated in a workshop on red cell shape held in June, 1972 at the Institute of Cell Pathology, Hopital de Bicetre, Paris. We hope that these various contributions on the physiology, pathology, and ultrastructure of red cell shape will be useful and stimulating for other investigators interested in the correlation of shape and structure with the biochemistry and biophysics of the red cell. The text is divided into four sections. Section I deals with red cell shape, including the presentation of a rational descriptive nomenclature and a discussion of post­ splenectomy changes. Section II deals with biochemical factors that underlie the disco­ cyte-echinocyte (crenated) and discocyte-stomatocyte (cup-shaped) transformation. This section includes discussions of plasma factors, and of the biochemical dynamics of erythrocyte lipids and consideration of the effects of such factors as cellular ATP, calcium, aging, and various chemical agents as determinants of shape. Section III, which deals with biophysical measurements, includes studies of the deformability of cells of different shapes, descriptions of ways to define precisely the geometric dimensions of the red cell under various circumstances, and a model of membrane structure, which is proposed to account for the dimensions of red cells that undergo shape change.