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Erythrocyte flexibility, hemoconcentration and blood flow resistance in glass capillaries with diameters between 6 and 50 microns



Erythrocyte flexibility, hemoconcentration and blood flow resistance in glass capillaries with diameters between 6 and 50 microns



Bibliotheca Anatomica 10: 109-112




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