Separation of spontaneously differentiating and cell cycle-specific populations of HL-60 cells.

Abstract

The human leukemia cell line HL-60 consists predominantly of abnormal promyelocytes. When grown in RPMI-1640 and 10% FCS between 5 and 10% of these cells spontaneously differentiate into more mature myeloid cells, becoming smaller in size and developing the ability to generate superoxide. Centrifugal elutriation was used to separate these G0 cells from the… (More)

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