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Vol 22, No 2 (2012): Problems of Cryobiology Effect of Cryoprotectants on Hypertonic Cryohemolysis Rate of Human Erythrocytes with Modified Cytoskeleton-Membrane Complex Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
Ya. O. Cherkashina
 
Vol 17, No 3 (2007): Problems of Cryobiology Hypertonic Cryohemolysis of Mammalian Erythrocytes in Media with Different Cation Compositions Abstract
S. S. Ershov, N. V. Orlova, N. M. Shpakova
 
Vol 19, No 4 (2009): Problems of Cryobiology Feasible Mechanism of Osmotic and Temperature Sensitivity Correction of Human Erythrocytes Using Alkyl-β,D-Glucopyranosides Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
N. M. Shpakova
 
Vol 16, No 2 (2006): Problems of Cryobiology Effect of Dipyridamol, Osmolarity and Sulfhydryl Reagents on Sulphate Anion Transport in Human Erythrocytes Abstract  PDF
N. A. Pisarenko, V. A. Bondarenko, V. V. Ramazanov, L. V. Koba
 
Vol 17, No 3 (2007): Problems of Cryobiology Effect of Low Ozone Doses on Erythrocyte Hypertonic Lysis Abstract  PDF
I. A. Belykh, I. L. Volovelskaya, V. D. Zinchenko
 
Vol 19, No 4 (2009): Problems of Cryobiology Diffusion of Poly-Atom Alcohols and Their Methoxyderivatives via Rat and Rabbit Erythrocyte Membranes Abstract  PDF (RU+EN)
G. V. Kovalenko, I. F. Kovalenko, T. P. Linnik, S. V. Koshchiy
 
Vol 16, No 3 (2006): Problems of Cryobiology Hypertonic Cryohemolysis of Mammalian Erythrocytes Abstract  PDF
N. M. Shpakova, S. S. Ershov
 
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
 
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