By W. J. Armitage (auth.), C. Th. Smit Sibinga, P. C. Das, H. T. Meryman (eds.)
The subject of this 14th foreign Symposium on Blood Transfusion is heavily on the topic of the paintings and medical contributions of the Dutch cryobiology pioneer Dr. Herman W. Krijnen of the Dutch crimson move relevant Laboratory. Dr. Krijnen was once recognized and revered within the nationwide and interna tional blood transfusion group as an exceptionally efficient scientist and a liked and favourite colleague. Dr. Krijnen used to be deliberately honoured with the invitation to open this symposium on cryopreservation and coffee temperature biology in blood transfusion and be the visitor of honour at this occasion. regrettably, Dr. Krijnen all of sudden died at the first of June 1989. In honour and mem ory of Dr. Krijnen this symposium will as a result be devoted to him. because the lOth foreign Symposium on Blood Transfusion in 1985 highlighted the subject matter of "Future advancements in blood banking", significant alterations have happened within the blood banking global. every one of these alterations have been pressured upon the Blood Banks via the phobia of spreading AIDS via infected donations. This not just resulted in the vast unfold checking out of blood, but additionally to a extra acceptable counselling of the neighborhood and the blood donors in particular. also, virus inacti vation concepts have been brought for these parts derived from a number of donations and meant for a standard transfusion in haemophi lia sufferers and others.
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Scanning electron microscopy Scanning electron microscopy was performed on a SEM S180 Cambridge instrument (Cambridge, UK) after freeze-drying. Freeze-drying Freeze-drying was performed on a Lyovac GT20 apparatus, (LeyboldHeraeus GmbH, Cologne, FRG), equipped with microprocessor control LPCI and vacuum lock to withdraw samples under vacuum for analysis. R. , Vienna, Austria) or by fluorimetry (Perkin Elmer 204, Perkin Elmer Corp. USA) Liposomes Phospholipon 100H (hydrogenated soybean phosphatidylcholine: PCH) was gift of Natterman (Kaln, FRG).
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Cryopreservation and low temperature biology in blood transfusion: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Symposium on Blood Transfusion, Groningen 1989, organised by the Red Cross Blood Bank Groningen-Drenthe by W. J. Armitage (auth.), C. Th. Smit Sibinga, P. C. Das, H. T. Meryman (eds.)