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      Advances in the measurement of red blood cell deformability: A brief review

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      Journal of Cellular Biotechnology
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                Journal
                Journal of Cellular Biotechnology
                JCB
                IOS Press
                23523689
                23523697
                July 16 2015
                July 16 2015
                : 1
                : 1
                : 63-79
                Article
                10.3233/JCB-15007
                c7f15179-a1ab-4b34-9ae4-fa5aa4362268
                © 2015
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