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Investigation of gamma radiation influence on rat blood erythrocytes in vivo and in vitro by holographic interference method

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2 Author(s)
Tishko, T.V. ; Kharkov Nat. Univ., Ukraine ; Titar, V.P.

Plasmatic membranes are the main target of biological influence of different factors on a cell. Change of membrane structure results in a change of the elastic properties of membranes and can be a cause of morphological change of erythrocytes. This work is devoted to an investigation of the morphology of rat blood erythrocytes in vivo and in vitro under the influence of gamma-radiation. Use of an holographic interference microscope enables investigation of native specimens in real time.

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4thLaser and Fiber-Optical Networks Modeling, 2002. Proceedings of LFNM 2002. International Workshop on

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