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The science concerned with deformation and flow in biologic systems.
[bio- + G. rheō, to flow, + logos, study]
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Goldsmith, "Deformation of human red cells in tube flow," Biorheology, vol.
1978, Pulsatile flow of a couple stress fluid through circular tubes with application to blood flow, Biorheology, 15, pp.
Yamaguchi, Formation and Destruction of Primary Thrombi under the Influence of Blood Flow and von Willebrand Factor Analyzed by a Discrete Element Method, Biorheology, , 2003 vol.
Springer Science+Business Media is taking over publishing duties for the Journal of Biorheology, the official publication of the Japanese Society of Biorheology, as of May.