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Human lymphoblast or immature white blood cell

Human lymphoblast or immature white blood cell

Human lymphoblast or immature white blood cell (leukocyte) located in the bone marrow that generally form mature lymphocytes. In acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) human lymphoblasts divide uncontrollably (malignant cancer) and are found in high numbers in the peripheral blood. This proliferation impairs the production of red blood cells, platelets and other white blood cells. Organs such as the brain, liver, testes, and brain may cease proper functioning as they become infiltrated with the leukemic cells. This human lymphoblast Molt-4 cell line was isolated from a human leukemia patient. SEM X2135
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Stock Photo ID:
42-33377974
Date Photographed:
August 9, 2011
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© Dennis Kunkel, Microscopy, Inc./Visuals Unlimited/Corbis
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Eureka Premium
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55 MB - 5103px × 3828px • 17.00in. × 12.00in @ 300 ppi
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