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Cytochemistry and ultrastructural morphometry of cultured HL60 myeloid leukemia cells
Cultured human myeloid leukemia (HL60) cells were characterized using ultrastructural cytochemical methods and differences identified when cells were compared for low (17 to 47), middle (69 to 100), and high (214 to 244) passages or to normal promyelocytes aspirated from bone marrow. Endoplasmic reticulum and transition structures (pre-Golgi compartment) of HL60 cells stained positively for peroxidase using diaminobenzidine but stained sparsely for reducing groups with osmium-zinc iodide.pmid:3476199 fatcat:dej7kccpljbrrjss7tridrmqpa