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Double trap optical tweezers as a tool for direct studying of single red blood cell aggregation

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Abstract

Double optical tweezers is suggested for studying red blood cell aggregation. Quantitative measurements of interaction forces between a pair of RBC are performed. Comparative analysis of aggregation for healthy and pathological blood samples is shown.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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