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1964 3
1965 13
1966 32
1967 36
1968 54
1969 62
1970 63
1971 75
1972 91
1973 91
1974 125
1975 137
1976 125
1977 128
1978 177
1979 164
1980 165
1981 175
1982 157
1983 178
1984 141
1985 146
1986 144
1987 183
1988 129
1989 128
1990 148
1991 104
1992 97
1993 118
1994 116
1995 106
1996 106
1997 131
1998 97
1999 94
2000 114
2001 95
2002 105
2003 116
2004 136
2005 137
2006 118
2007 147
2008 152
2009 157
2010 174
2011 197
2012 198
2013 219
2014 192
2015 179
2016 186
2017 175
2018 164
2019 57
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Red blood cell distribution width in pregnancy: a systematic review
Paliogiannis P, et al. Biochem Med (Zagreb) 2018. PMID 30429667 Free PMC article.
Anisocytosis is quantified by the red blood cell distribution width (RDW), expressed as the ratio, multiplied by 100, between the standard deviation (SD) of red blood cell volumes and the mean corpuscular volume, or as the SD of erythrocyte volumes (RDW-SD). ...
Anisocytosis is quantified by the red blood cell distribution width (RDW), expressed as the ratio, multiplied by 100, between the standard d …
Erythrocyte fouling on micro-engineered membranes.
Amar LI, et al. Biomed Microdevices 2018. PMID 29971550
These experiments allowed observation of erythrocyte behavior at the filtering surface and showed how their unique deformability properties dominated filtration resistance. ...Post-filtration scanning electron micrographs revealed significant capture and deformation of erythrocytes in all filter pores in the range 0.25 to 2 μm diameter. ...
These experiments allowed observation of erythrocyte behavior at the filtering surface and showed how their unique deformability prop …
Surface property induced morphological alterations of human erythrocytes.
Mukhopadhyay M, et al. Soft Matter 2018. PMID 30033474
Though the test is conducted on a glass slide, the effect of glass and similar other solid substrates on erythrocyte morphology remained majorly unexplored. In the first of its kind investigation, we have outlined the effect of varying the substrate surface potential on erythrocyte morphology. ...
Though the test is conducted on a glass slide, the effect of glass and similar other solid substrates on erythrocyte morphology remai …
Reengineering red blood cells for cellular therapeutics and diagnostics
Pierigè F, et al. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Nanomed Nanobiotechnol 2017 - Review. PMID 28116852
Engineered erythrocytes have been exploited as a system for the controlled release of drugs in circulation upon encapsulation of prodrugs or small molecules; as bioreactors when they are endowed of recombinant enzymes able to catalyze the conversion of toxic metabolite into inert products; as drug targeting system for the delivery of compounds to the reticuloendothelial system inducing proper senescent signals on the drug-loaded erythrocyte membrane; as carrier of contrasting agents for diagnostic procedures. Preclinical development of these different applications has taken advantage from the use of proper animal models whose erythrocytes can be reengineered as the human ones or the encapsulation procedures can be adapted on the basis of their specific erythrocyte biological features. ...
Engineered erythrocytes have been exploited as a system for the controlled release of drugs in circulation upon encapsulation of prod …
[A comparative perspective on erythropoiesis]
Kato T, et al. Rinsho Ketsueki 2016. PMID 27498740 Japanese.
All vertebrates, with the exception of a few species, have universally peripheral erythrocytes and hemoglobin, suggesting erythropoiesis to be an evolutionary index....
All vertebrates, with the exception of a few species, have universally peripheral erythrocytes and hemoglobin, suggesting erythropoie …
Erythrocyte's aging in microgravity highlights how environmental stimuli shape metabolism and morphology.
Dinarelli S, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 29588453 Free PMC article.
Due to their metabolic unicity, the characterization of the behaviour of erythrocytes maintained in prolonged microgravity conditions is of particular importance. ...The results suggest that, at first, human erythrocytes react to external stimuli by adapting their metabolic patterns and the rate of consumption of the cell resources. ...
Due to their metabolic unicity, the characterization of the behaviour of erythrocytes maintained in prolonged microgravity conditions …
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