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Ultrastructure of Cultured Leukemia Cell Lines

  • Christer Sundström
Part of the Developments in Oncology Series book series (DION, volume 14)

Abstract

The aim of the study reported in this chapter was to evaluate how ulrestructure can be used to determine the direction and level of differentiation of permanent cell lines derived from patients with acute leukemias. The ultrastructure of the selected cell lines has not been well described until now and to the best of my knowledge no comparative study has been made.

Keywords

Golgi Complex Irregular Nucleus Permanent Cell Line Prominent Nucleolus Acute Lymphatic Leukemia 
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