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Abbreviation : RSC
Long Form : reversibly sickled cells
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2016 Single Molecule Studies of the Diffusion of Band 3 in Sickle Cell Erythrocytes. HbSC, ISC, SCD
2005 Blood samples collected under venous oxygen pressure from patients with sickle cell disease contain a significant number of a new type of reversibly sickled cells: constancy of the percentage of sickled cells in individual patients during steady state. ISCs, POSCs, SCD
1995 A posttranslational modification of beta-actin contributes to the slow dissociation of the spectrin-protein 4.1-actin complex of irreversibly sickled cells. ISCs
1989 Viscoelastic properties of the oxygenated sickle erythrocyte membrane. ISC
1985 Increased adherence of sickled and phosphatidylserine-enriched human erythrocytes to cultured human peripheral blood monocytes. ISC, NBD-PC, PS
1985 Uncoupling of the membrane skeleton from the lipid bilayer. The cause of accelerated phospholipid flip-flop leading to an enhanced procoagulant activity of sickled cells. PC, PS
1984 The recognition of red blood cells by macrophages: role of phosphatidylserine and possible implications of membrane phospholipid asymmetry. IO, PS, RBC
1983 Interaction of phosphatidylserine-phosphatidylcholine liposomes with sickle erythrocytes. Evidence for altered membrane surface properties. ISC, PE, PS
1981 Abnormalities in membrane phospholipid organization in sickled erythrocytes. ISC
10  1981 Sickled erythrocytes accelerate clotting in vitro: an effect of abnormal membrane lipid asymmetry. ISC, PE, PS, RBC, RVV