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  • Biorheology, Vol. 33, No. 6, p. III-VII, 1996 Copyright 8 1997 Ekvier Science Ltd

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    BIORHEOLOGY

    CONTENTS OF VOLUME 33,1996

    VOLUME 33, NUMBER 1

    Contents

    JANUARY-FEBRUARY 1996

    H. L. Goldsmith . . . 111

    M. A. Tsai, R. E. Waugh and P. C. Reng

    1

    M. D. Whale , A. J. Grodzinsky and M. Johnson

    17

    J. E. Pitzer, G. J. Del Zoppo and G. W. SchmidSchonbein

    B. Prakash and M. Singh

    45

    59

    75 Abstracts

    95

    97

    99

    Editorial

    Papers

    Changes in HL-60 cell during differentiation induced by DMSO

    The effect of aging and pressure on the specific hydraulic conductivity of the aortic wall

    Neutrophil activation in smokers

    Optimum kinetic energy dissipation in blood flow in glass capillaries by flow field determination: analysis of curvature effect by axial tomographic and image velocimetry techniques

    Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Biorheology

    Erratum

    Announcement

    Contents of Clinical Hemorheology, Volume 15, Number 3

    III

  • IV List ofco?lt4?nis,volume 33 Vol. 33, No. 6

    BIORHEOLOGY

    VOLUME 33, NUMBER 2

    Contents

    MARCH-APRIL 1996

    M. Kaibara 101

    G. Chapman and G. Cokelet 119

    A. Pribush, D. Meyerstein and N. Meyer-stein

    T.C. Fisher, F.J. Van Der Waart and HJ. Meiselman

    O.K. Baskurt

    139

    153

    169

    181

    183

    Papers

    Rheology of blood coagulation

    Model studies of leukocyte-endothelium-blood interactions: I. The fluid flow drag force on the adherent leukocyte

    Study of red blood cell aggregation by admittance measurements

    The influence of suspending phase viscosity on the passage of red blood cells through capillary-size micropores

    Deformability of red blood cells from different species studied by resistive pulse shape analysis technique

    Erratum

    Contents of Clinical Hemorheology, Volume 15, Number 4

  • Vol. 33, No. 6 List of Gont4?nis, vohne 33

    BIORHEOLOGY

    VOLUME 33, NUMBER 3

    Contents

    MR. Sharp, G.B. Thurston and J.E. Moore, Jr.

    185

    C.T. Wagner, M.H. k-011, T.W. Chow, 209 J.D. Hellurns, and A.I. Schafer

    P.R. Ebrahimzadeh, F. Bazargani, F. Afzal; C. Hbgfors, and M. Braide

    G.M. Artmann, A. Li, J. Ziemer, G. Schneider, and U. Sahm

    T. Murata

    232

    251

    267

    285

    287

    MAY-JUNE 1996

    Papers

    The effect of blood viscoelasticity on pulsatile flow in stationary and axially moving tubes

    Epinephrine and shear stress synergistically induce platelet and aggregation via a mechanism that partially bypasses vWF-Gp Ib interactions

    A subpopulation analysis of EMLP stimlated granulocytes migrating in filters

    A photometric method to analyze induced erythrocyte shape changes

    Effects of sedimentation of small red blood cell aggregates on blood flow in narrow horizontal tubes

    Erratum

    Contents of Clinical Hemorheology, Volume 15, Number 5

  • VI List OfcotlB, volwne 33 Vol. 33, No. 6

    BIORHEOLOGY

    VOLUME 33, NUMBERS 4 &5

    Contents

    Papers

    JULY-OCTOBER 1996

    J-K Suh 289

    P. E. Hughes, A.P. Shortland and T.V. How

    305

    S. Al-Assaf, J. Meadows, G.O. Phillips, 319 and P.A. Williams

    H. I%umler, E. Donath, A. Rrabi, W. Rnippel, A. Budde, and H. Riesewetter

    333

    V.G. Petrov and I. Edissonov

    X. Weng, G. Cloutier, P. Pibarot, and L.G. Durand

    353

    365

    K.. Lindmark and R.G. Engstrdm 379

    R. Hausler, W.H. Reinhart, P. Schaller, J. Dual, J. Goodbread, and M. Say+

    397A newly designed oscillating viscometer for blood viscosity measurements

    405

    D antic unconfinedcompression o r articular cartilage under a cyclic compressive load

    Viualization of vortex shedding at the proximal side-to-end artery-graft anastomosis

    The application of shear stress and extensional viscosity measurements to assess the potential of hylan in viscosupplementation

    Electrophoresis of human red blood cells and platelets. Evidence for depletion of dextran

    The role of aggregation kinetics in the sedimentation of erythrocytes

    Comparison and simulation of different levels of erythrocyte aggregation with pig, horse, sheep, calf, and normal human blood

    Analysis of flow acceleration during erythrocyte filtration: dependence of hematocrit and cell rigidity

    Abstracts

    The 19th Annual Meeting of t&Japanese Society of Biorheology

  • BIORHEOLOGY

    VOLUME 33, NUMBER 6 NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1996

    Contents

    H.L. Goldsmith . . . 1U Editorial

    papers

    X. Li and K Hayashi 439 Alternate method for the analysis of residual strain in the arterial wall

    J. Blahovec 451 Stress relaxation in cherry fruit . .

    J. Seki, Y. Sasaki, T. Oyama, and J. Yamamoto

    463

    ~riefCommun~cak0~

    Fiber-optic laser-Doppler anemometer microscope applied to the cerebral microcirculauon in rats

    M.K Sharp, J. Cook, W.T. McCarvill, C.S. Lee, F. Arieta, and J.M Tarbell

    N.B. Woodland, K Cordatos, W.T. Hung, A. Reuben, and L. Holley

    0.K Baskurt and H.J. Meiselman

    471 A blood analo P

    for laser-induced photochemica anemometq

    477 Erythrocyte sedimentation in columns and the significance of ESR

    489 Determination of red blood cell shape recovery time constant in a couette system by the analysis of light reflectance and ektacytometry

    Y. Shi 505

    509

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    Report of the 2nd International Conference cm Medical Biorlleology (ICMB), Shanghai, China

    Erratum

    List of Contents and Author Index, Volume 33, 1996