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VIIth International Congress on Thrombosis and Haemostasis
Changes in platelet shape and volume as produced by low temperature, various anticoagulants and during storage of platelet concentrates (PC) were studied. Platelet volume was estimated by the mean platelet size, M, as measured by Coulter counter, and by the extinction (optical density) per platelet, e, as measured by a Payton aggregometer. For fresh PRP from 31 normal donors e and M were positively correlated (r = .88). Platelet disc-to-sphere transformation was quantitated as describeddoi:10.1055/s-0039-1687282 fatcat:wiufwy4xsvahdhfbdo3x37p6uy