Endogenous auto-rosette formation in the peripheral blood in experimental acute post-hemorrhagic and hemolytic anemias

Volkova, O.V.; Bel'chenko, D.I.

Patologicheskaia Fiziologiia i Eksperimental'naia Terapiia 2: 10-12

1994


ISSN/ISBN: 0031-2991
PMID: 8078680
Accession: 045955776

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Abstract
There was an increase in counts of auto-rosettes formed by monocytes or segmented neutrophils in the peripheral blood of rabbits with posthemorrhagic and phenylhydrazine hemolytic anemias. The intensification of autogenous rosette formation in circulating blood during the anemias under study coincides with enhanced erythrodieresis in time. This makes the authors conclude that autogenic rosette formation is one of the possible mechanisms responsible for erythrodieresis in experimental anemias.