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Fig. 8. Acid phosphatase cytochemistry of Jurkat and of the hyperproliferative sublines. Jurkat (A), Jurkat-hp (B), and Jurkat-ws cells (C) were subjected to the acid phosphatase cytochemistry protocol described in "Materials and Methods," and afterward samples were treated in the same way as indicated in the legend of Fig. 7 .





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