Initial State of Erythrocytes as Factor, Determining Their Sensibility to Hypertonic Stress. Role of PEO-1500 and Temperature
Keywords:mammalian erythrocytes, PEO-1500, hypertonic shock, hematocrit, medium osmolarity
The effect of PEO-1500 on resistance of human, bovine and equine erythrocytes to hypertonic shock (4.0 M NaCl) under 37 and 0Â°C was studied. It has been shown that decrease of mammalian erythrocyte volume with PEO-1500 concentration increase is accompanied by rise in cell resistance to the activity of hypertonic shock under 37 and 0Â°C.
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