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Electrical Detection of the Mechanical Alteration of Sickling Red Blood Cells within a Microfluidic Capillary Network

Abstract : In this paper we demonstrate the capability to detect red blood cells mechanical disorders, in particular the sickle cell disease, using the electrical signature of the cell transit within a microfluidic restriction mimicking the blood capillaries.
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Xu Tieying, Maria Lizarralde, Jean Roman, Wassim El Nemer, Bruno Le Pioufle, et al.. Electrical Detection of the Mechanical Alteration of Sickling Red Blood Cells within a Microfluidic Capillary Network. MicroTAS, Oct 2019, Basel, Switzerland. ⟨hal-02387976⟩

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