White Blood Cells: Morphology and Rheology as Related to Function by U. BaggeWhite Blood Cells: Morphology and Rheology as Related to Function by U. Bagge

White Blood Cells: Morphology and Rheology as Related to Function

byU. BaggeEditorGustav V. R Born, P. Gaehtgens

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Proceedings, with Commentary, of the Symposium held at London, England October 3-4, 1981
Title:White Blood Cells: Morphology and Rheology as Related to FunctionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:169 pagesPublished:November 13, 2013Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400975872

ISBN - 13:9789400975873

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Analysis of White Blood Cell Deformation.- Viscoelastic Properties of Leukocytes in Passive Deformation.- Human Leukocytes in the Active State.- Mechanical Behavior of Leukocytes in the Passive and Active States (Commentary).- Viscoelastic Properties of Normal and Pathologic Human Granulocytes and Lymphocytes.- Rheology of Leukocyte Suspensions.- Rheological Mechanisms Contributing to WBC-Margination.- Flow Behavior of White Blood Cells in Vitro and in Vivo (Commentary).- The Anatomical Features of Leukocyte Egress into the Marrow Sinus.- Movement of Leukocytes in Flowing Blood.- The Relationship between Leukocyte and Erythrocyte Velocity in Arterioles.- Leukocyte Plugging of Capillaries in Vivo.- Leukocyte Motion in the Microcirculation (Commentary).- In Vitro Measurement of Leukocyte Adhesiveness.- Adhesion of Granulocytes to Human Cultured Endothelial Cells.- In Vitro Methods for Quantification of Granulocyte Adhesiveness (Commentary).- Substratum Adhesion and the Movement of Neutrophil Leucocytes.- The Role of Blood Flow in the Distribution of Lymphocytes and Lymphoblasts in Vivo.- Locomotion and Adhesion of Neutrophils and the Role of Blood Flow in Lymphocyte Migrations: Commentary.- Increased Vascular Permeability Following Interaction between Polymorphonuclear Neutrophils and Vascular Endothelial Cells.- Leucocyte Locomotion on Two-Dimensional Surfaces and in Three-Dimensional Matrices.- Cell - Surface Interactions: Effects on Vascular Permeability and on WBC Locomotion (Commentary).