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Adult T cell leukemia was classified into two distinct types, monomorphic and pleomorphic, according to their histological and cytological features. The former type is composed of uniform neoplastic cells with round or slightly indented nuclei without any marked deformation. The latter type, on the other hand, occupies a unique position in lymphocytic(More)
A polyhemic high-molecular-weight cytochrome c (hmc) of Mr 67,000 was purified from Desulfovibrio vulgaris Miyazaki. This cytochrome is composed of a single peptide chain. Unlike other c-type cytochromes, hmc deteriorates slowly in atmospheric oxygen. Two peptide fragments of Mr 33,100 (L peptide) and Mr 19,100 (S peptide) were isolated and their N-terminal(More)
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