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Siberian scientists created the first accurate model of platelets

Members of the Optics and Dynamics of Biological Systems Laboratory at the Department of Physics at Novosibirsk State University (NSU) created for the first time an accurate mathematical model of platelets, which will allow to better determine their behaviour in the human body, said Alexander Moskalensky, head of the Optics and Dynamics of Biological Systems Laboratory at the Department of Physics at NSU.
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«Previously, a flattened spheroid was used to represent the platelets, but we the experimental data obtained by French researchers helped us create an accurate platelet model that has a microtubule ring. Our model will allow for more accurate studies of the behaviour of these cells and, later on, of the ways to influence them», Moskalensky explained.

The scientists, together with colleagues from Aston University in the UK and the Research Institute for Clinical and Experimental Lymphology of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences plan to use the new model to study how exactly the platelet functions are disturbed during diabetes mellitus.

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