Role of hemoglobin in regulation of membrane electrical properties and erythrocyte volume
Erytyrocyte volume in neonates is 25.8% greater than in women. Electrophoretic erythrocyte mobility was the same in neonates and in parturient women. The results obtained indicate that the more heterogeneous the hemoglobin system, the more heterogenous are erythrocyte membrane electrical characteristics.
Key Wordselectrophoretic erythrocyte mobility erythrocyte volume neonates
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