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The process of gaseous exchange in erythrocytes. Shows the chemical consumption of CO2 with the conversion to HCO3- which assists it's buffering abilities as well as the transfer of H+ to the haemoglobin molecules which allows the release of the stored/carried O2 molecules into low O2 tension areas in tissue.

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This image was inspired from Hsia et. al, 2016. [1]

  1. <pubmed>27065169</pubmed>

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