Abstract

The neoplastic cells in acute erythroleukemia of the fowl appear to contain microspectrographically detectable amounts of hemoglobin in their cytoplasms. The acute myeloleukemia cells show no measureable specific absorption at all in the Soret band spectral region. Similar findings were obtained on cells from one case of human erythroleukemia and one of acute lymphatic leukemia.

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