Disorders in the Morphology and Nanostructure of Erythrocyte Membranes after Long-term Storage of Erythrocyte Suspension: Atomic Force Microscopy Studyстатья

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[1] Disorders in the morphology and nanostructure of erythrocyte membranes after long-term storage of erythrocyte suspension: Atomic force microscopy study / V. Moroz, A. Chernysh, E. Kozlova et al. // Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine. — 2015. — Vol. 159, no. 3. — P. 406–410. Disorders in the erythrocyte morphology and structure of their membranes during long-term storage of erythrocyte suspension (30 days at 4oC) were studied by atomic force microscopy. The morphology and nanostructure of erythrocyte membranes, biochemical parameters, ion exchange parameters, and hemoglobin spectra were recorded. The transformation of erythrocyte morphology and destruction of their membranes were observed throughout the storage period. Irreversible forms of spheroechinocytes and their fragments formed by the end of storage. The concentrations of potassium ions and lactate in solution of the blood preservatiive increased, while pH value decreased. Hemolysis detected by the erythrocyte "leakage" effect was observed starting from days 16-23 of storage. [ DOI ]

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