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Red blood cells (RBCs) or erythrocytes are highly vulnerable to oxidative stress due to their absence of nuclei and mitochondria, presence of iron containing heme and high amounts of fatty acids in their uniquely constructed lipid bilayer membrane. The principal function of RBCs is to carry oxygen to tissues. Thus, RBCs have to pass through the micro-capillaries in which it requires these cells exhibits high structural deformability and great elasticity. The intact cytoskeletal architecture anddoi:10.32794/mr11250045 fatcat:ltke5oad2vaizpiee3orgrkovi