"Red Blood Cell Mechanical Stability"
written by Oguz K. Baskurt,
published by Engineering, Vol.4 No.10B, 2012
has been cited by the following article(s):
  • Google Scholar
  • CrossRef
[1] Modifying the surface of a titanium alloy with an electron beam and aC: H: SiOx coating deposition to reduce hemolysis in cardiac assist devices
[2] An In Vitro Evaluation of the Red Cell Damage and Hemocompatibility of Different Central Venous Catheters
[3] Numerical study of blood microcirculation and its interactions with the endothelium
[4] Shear stress in the microvasculature: influence of red blood cell morphology and endothelial wall undulation
[5] Repetitive Supra‐Physiological Shear Stress Impairs Red Blood Cell Deformability and Induces Hemolysis
Artificial organs, 2017
[6] Interspecies diversity of erythrocyte mechanical stability at various combinations in magnitude and duration of shear stress, and osmolality
Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation, 2016
[7] Application of Controlled Shear Stresses on the Erythrocyte Membrane as a New Approach to Promote Molecule Encapsulation
Artificial organs, 2016
[8] Serum indices: managing assay interference
[9] Studying Shear and Discharge Rate of Proteins in Microfluidic Junctions, under Electrokinetic Effects
International Journal of Advanced Design & Manufacturing Technology, 2016
[10] Biphasic impairment of erythrocyte deformability in response to repeated, short duration exposures of supraphysiological, subhaemolytic shear stress
Biorheology, 2016
[11] 血液保存过程红细胞力学性质变化及其机制探讨
中国细胞生物学学报, 2015
[12] Perifériás érszakasz művi grafttal való pótlásának klinikai tapasztalatai és kísérletes véráramlástani, morfológiai vizsgálatai
[13] Particle separation via the hybrid application of optical and acoustic forces
Thesis, 2015