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The Use of Radioisotopes to Characterise the Abnormal Permeability of Red Blood Cells from Sickle Cell Patients

By Anke Hannemann, Urszula Cytlak, Robert J. Wilkins, J. Clive Ellory, David C. Rees and John S. Gibson

Submitted: December 6th 2010Reviewed: April 19th 2011Published: November 21st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24426

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