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Red Blood Cell Pore Size

Hi, "Look up the size of the pores of Red Blood Cells." I cannot find the answer anywhere. Thank you.
Question asked by: xjbabiieo

Asked on: 21 Oct 2008

The size of a red blood cell is normally 6-8 Ám in diameter.

With regard to pore size, you would probably be looking at something in the region of 17 microns to 23 microns

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Replied at: 02 Nov 2008
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