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Quantitative absorption cytometry for measuring red blood cell hemoglobin mass and volume.
In vivo volume and hemoglobin dynamics of human red blood cells.
Cellular normoxic biophysical markers of hydroxyurea treatment in sickle cell disease.
Multiscale Modeling of Sickle Cell Anemia: Methods and Validation
Quantitative Analysis of Blood Flow in Sickle Cell Disease
Systems Biology of In Vivo Human Blood Cell Populations
Mechanistic modeling of hemoglobin glycation and red blood cell kinetics enables personalized diabetes monitoring.
Oxygen-dependent flow of sickle trait blood as an in vitro therapeutic benchmark for sickle cell disease treatments.
When HbA1c and Blood Glucose Do Not Match: How Much Is Determined by Race, by Genetics, by Differences in Mean Red Blood Cell Age?
Rationale and Design for a GRADE Substudy of Continuous Glucose Monitoring.
Boston Consortium to Cure SCD - Williams/John Higgins
High-throughput assessment of hemoglobin polymer in single red blood cells from sickle cell patients under controlled oxygen tension.
Longitudinal Changes in the Relationship Between Hemoglobin A1c and Glucose Tolerance Across Pregnancy and Postpartum.
Response to Letter to the Editor From Marie Monlun: "Longitudinal Changes in the Relationship Between Hemoglobin A1c and Glucose Tolerance Across Pregnancy and Postpartum".
MetAP2 inhibition modifies hemoglobin S to delay polymerization and improves blood flow in sickle cell disease.
Single-cell measurement of cyclic stress on sickle blood cells by imaging-microfluidics