An ultrastructural cytochemical study of lysosomal acid phosphatase was performed on leukemic cells in a case of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia of T cell origin (T-CLL). The cells showed inclusion bodies known as parallel tubular arrays, which often lay within acid phosphatase-positive, membrane-bound spaces. This suggests their lysosomal location.
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