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Developments in red blood cells at the Mount of Truth

The European Red Cell Society’s met the partners of the EU intellectual training network RELEVANCE at Mount of Truth in Ascona, Switzerland to discuss the latest progress.
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Red blood cells meets physics. Physics meet red blood cells

Professor Anna Bogdanova, University of Zurich, explores the relationship between red blood cells and physics, in this in-depth analysis.

The burden of anaemia: The CoMMiTMenT project

Anna Bogdanova & Lars Kaestner share their thoughts on anaemia, a serious global health burden that affects 1.6 billion people globally

Neocytolysis: When young red blood cells die first

International researchers are investigating the molecular processes involved in premature clearance from the circulation of young blood cells formed at high altitude after a descent
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Do we know what red blood cells look like?

Anna Bogdanova, Professor and Head of Red Blood Cell Research Group at the University of Zurich explains how we know how red blood cells look like and if so, what they tell us

Relevance Project – red cell life-spans

The Relevance consortium project researches the regulation of red cell life-spans, erythropoiesis, survival, senescence and clearance RELEVANCE is an international consortium of thirteen partners representing academic research centres, diagnostic labs, blood supply centres, and small industries that combines basic and translational research to improve prognostic, diagnostic and therapeutic approaches on red blood...
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RELEVANCE of red blood cells and why do we care about them

Anna Bogdanova from University of Zurich lifts the lid on the vital role of red blood cells in keeping the human brain running and heart beating Billions of red blood cells run in our veins providing us with oxygen. They keep our brain running, heart beating and muscles bringing us...

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