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Nihon Reoroji Gakkaishi
As some examples for Biorheology, especially in hemorheology that relates to blood circulation, experimental and theoretical studies are reviewed on the basis of our works. First erythrocyte sedimentation and mobility are quantitatively considered as rigid oblate ellipsoids against the axial ratio of red blood cell (RBC) at different osmotic pressures in non-aggregative RBC suspensions, while RBCs may be most deformable near physiological osmolality at which the mobility is maximum. Seconddoi:10.1678/rheology.31.59 fatcat:tcdyxb4ervbflgtqxpboxiddn4