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Transfusion medicine is dependent upon the ability to hypothermically preserve red blood cell (RBC) function ex vivo. Recent evidence suggests that the deformability of hypothermically stored RBCs may be compromised, potentially leading to microvasculature occlusion and tissue hypoxia in...
There has been significant interest in the literature on the possibility of using red blood cells (RBCs) derived from umbilical cord blood (cord RBCs) for neonatal transfusions. Low stability of cord RBCs during hypothermic storage necessitates the development of a cryopreservation method to...