4. Anti-sphering factor

posted : 2009.12.09

It is a well known fact that whensmall drops of two different liquids come near to each other, there occurs an attractive force between the two drops; When one is very small compared to the other, the attractive force can be observedmore effectively. It may due to the inverse square law of the attractive force of the mass.

For example, when Rhodamine B is mixed with benzene, no color can be observed. However, when water is added to the mixture and shake the container vigorously, we can observe the bubbles of water and red color of the Rhodamine B which can be explained as follows.

On the surface of water bubbles, small drops of benzene are attracted and accumulated and then on the surface of benzene drops, minute particles or corpuscles of Rhodamine B are attracted, accumulated and show red color. Similar phenomenon may occur on the surface of erythrocytes as an effect of surface-chemistry.

Now, then, we can assume that the erythrocytes or the red blood cells are not only acting as oxygen conveyor, but are attracting or adsorbing various particles and broadcasting the same throughout the human body when they are circulating the system.

Here, the surface area of the erythrocytes becomes an important matter and when we compute the area, it may have some value for us.

Let us assume there are approximately 4. 5 to 5 millions of erythrocytes in one cubic millimeter of blood. A human body contains 10 leters of the blood. Then, the total surface area of the erythrocytes of a human body will be approximately 5,000 square meters.

Furthermore, it is interesting to know that the erythrocytes have very strong structure from the viewpoint of modern structural analysis. Mighty Mother Nature has created such a tremendous amount of excellent organisms within human body for the purpose of oxygen conveyance. It is wonderful! I do not know any other words to express may utmost astonishment and admiration.

The Tyndall phenomenon of serum tells us that many protein particles smaller than 0.7 micron in diameter float in our blood. Our serum experiment shows that a sudden increase of the protein in our blood can be noticed after each meal. Being protein, these minute particles will be multiple electeically charged bod es and adsorbed by the erythrocytes.

From the viewpoint of surface chemistry these minute particles will be easily attracted and gathered on the surfaces and borders of solid and/or liquid state substances in the blood. As I stated previously, the surface condition of ethrythrocytes changes in various ways according to sick, healthy and/or other physical conditions of the living body.

Formerly, we used to separate the blood by the centrifugal force and obtained serum of the blood and used it as an important data for the medical study, but we have overlooked the attractive force and adsorptive capacity of the erythrocytes.

It is an important matter to restudy blood serum and blood plasma from an entirely new standpoint, Are we not overlooking the important 4 substances attached and adsorbed by the erythrocytes and considering only the value of he serum as the basis or foundation of our medical study?

For example, some times we find some peculiar phenomenon which we can not explain in serodiagnosis of a typical pneumonia or gout, and during the density measurement of INAH (Isonicotinic Acid Hydrazide) in the blood, we find the appearance of many types. Don't these phenomena have some relation to the variation or the change of attractive force of the erythrocytes?