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No 2 (2003): Problems of Cryobiology DMSO Effect on Phase Transitions and Vitrification in Cord Blood Erythrocyte Suspension Under 0°C Abstract  PDF
A. V. Zinchenko, E. N. Bobrova, M. I. Schetinskiy
 
Vol 17, No 3 (2007): Problems of Cryobiology Cryoprotection with Polyethylene Glycols and Dextrans During Freezing of Erythrocytes with Low Hematocrit Abstract  PDF
V. V. Ramazanov, V. A. Bondarenko
 
No 2 (2004): Problems of Cryobiology What Else We Do Not Know About Cryopreserved Erythrocytes? Abstract  PDF
A. Yu. Gorskaya, A. N. Goltsev, E. D. Lutsenko
 
Vol 19, No 4 (2009): Problems of Cryobiology Initial State of Erythrocytes as Factor, Determining Their Sensibility to Hypertonic Stress. Role of PEO-1500 and Temperature Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
D. I. Aleksandrova, N. V. Orlova, N. M. Shpakova
 
Vol 16, No 3 (2006): Problems of Cryobiology Barbiturates and Lidocaine Effect on Erythrocyte Resistance to Hypertonic Hemolysis Abstract  PDF
N. V. Prokopenko, V. A. Bondarenko
 
Vol 17, No 4 (2007): Problems of Cryobiology Cryoprotectant Effect on Erythrocyte Resistance to Detergents Under Band 3 Protein Aggregate State Modification Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
V. V. Ramazanov, V. A. Bondarenko
 
No 2 (2004): Problems of Cryobiology Cryohemolysis of Human Fetal Erythrocytes in Hypertonic Medium of Electrolyte Abstract  PDF
L. G. Kuleshova
 
Vol 16, No 4 (2006): Problems of Cryobiology Effect of Erythrocytes Incubation in Hypertonic Non-Electrolyte Media on their Osmotic Resistance Abstract  PDF
E. E. Nipot, S. V. Melikhova, V. A. Bondarenko
 
Vol 17, No 4 (2007): Problems of Cryobiology Comparative Study of Preliminarily Dehydrated Human and Bovine Erythrocyte Sensitivity to Hypertonic Stress Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
D. I. Aleksandrova, N. V. Orlova, N. M. Shpakova
 
No 3 (2004): Problems of Cryobiology Mammalian Erythrocyte Sensitivity to Change in Temperature and Osmotic Medium Conditions Abstract  PDF
S. S. Ershov, N. V. Orlova, N. M. Shpakova
 
Vol 20, No 1 (2010): Problems of Cryobiology Influence of Some β-Blockers on Erythrocyte Hypotonic Hemolysis Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
S. V. Rudenko, M. K. Said, Ye. L. Volovelskaya
 
Vol 15, No 2 (2005): Problems of Cryobiology Cryopreservation of Animal’s Erythrocytes under Dimethyl Sulfoxide, Polyethylene Oxide and Glycerol Protection Abstract  PDF
O. N. Denisova, G. F. Zhegunov, L. A. Babijchuk
 
Vol 20, No 4 (2010): Problems of Cryobiology Effect of Amphiphiles on Hypertonic Hemolysis of Erythrocytes, Modified with Temperature of 49°C Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
N. A. Pisarenko, N. M. Shpakova
 
Vol 17, No 1 (2007): Problems of Cryobiology Changes of Protein Composition in Membrane-Skeleton Complex of Erythrocytes Cryopreserved Under PEO-1500 Protection Abstract  PDF
N. G. Zemlyanskikh, P. M. Zubov, L. A. Babijchuk
 
Vol 15, No 2 (2005): Problems of Cryobiology Modification of Erythrocytes’ Ca2+-ATPase Activity under Glycerol and Freezing Effect and in Media with Different Ionic Strength Abstract  PDF
N. G. Zemlyanskikh, O. A. Kofanova, L. A. Babijchuk
 
Vol 21, No 1 (2011): Problems of Cryobiology Influence of Freeze-Thawing with DMSO on Integrity and Osmotic Fragility of Erythrocyte from Different Mammalian Species Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
P. Yu. Ulizko, G. F. Zhegunov, O. N. Denisova
 
Vol 17, No 2 (2007): Problems of Cryobiology Post-Thaw Morphological Changes in Animal Erythrocytes Abstract  PDF
O. N. Denisova, L. G. Kuleshova, N. G. Zemlyanskikh, L. A. Babijchuk, G. F. Zhegunov
 
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