Rode bloedcellen klonteren als gevolg van 1,8 GHz blootstelling

maandag, 07 november 2005 - Categorie: Onderzoeken

Erythrocyte rouleau formation under polarized electromagnetic fields.

Sebastian JL, San Martin SM, Sancho M, Miranda JM, Alvarez G.

Departamento de Fisica Aplicada III, Facultad de Ciencias Fisicas, Universidad Complutense, 28040 Madrid, Spain.

We study the influence of an external electromagnetic field of 1.8 GHz in the formation or disaggregation of long rouleau of identical erythrocyte cells. In particular we calculate the variation of the transmembrane potential of an individual erythrocyte illuminated by the external field due to the presence of the neighboring erythrocytes in the rouleau, and compare the total electric energy of isolated cells with the total electric energy of the rouleau. We show that the polarization of the external electromagnetic field plays a fundamental role in the total energy variation of the cell system, and consequently in the formation or disaggregation of rouleau.

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