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The association of the 4;11 translocation with neonatal or early-childhood ALL is particularly interesting in view of the low incidence of ALL in this age group (acute leukemias in this age group are usually of the myeloid type). There has been considerable confusion regarding the nature of the leukemic cells with a t(4;11). Parkin et al. (1982) characterized the morphological and ultrastructural features of this leukemia as consisting of mixed monocytic and lymphoid cell populations with lymphoid-appearing blasts that ultrastructurally and cytochemically may manifest myeloid markers.
1978) had a normal karyotype, whereas Kaneko et al. (1982a) observed aneuploidy in each of 22 patients with NHL. It is noteworthy that Bloomfield et al. (1983) identified abnormalities in all 84 patients with B-cell NHL studied but only in seven of ten patients with T-cell NHL. Patients with NHL often have complex karyotypes. Burkitt Lymphoma Manolov and Manolova (1972) identified a consistent abnormality in the cells of five of six fresh Burkitt lymphomas and in seven of nine cultured cell lines.
1981; Yunis, 1982). The reason for this difficulty in obtaining mitoses in cells with the translocation is not known. However, Berger et at. have presented evidence that the translocation is present only in myeloblasts and promyelocytes, whereas the erythroid cells are normal. In their investigations, the mitotic cells observed in direct preparations were primarily erythroblasts; therefore, chromosomally abnormal promyelocytes may not be identified if only 20 Michelle M. Le Beau and Janet D. , 1980a).
Advances in Human Genetics 15 by Michelle M. Le Beau, Janet D. Rowley (auth.), Harry Harris, Kurt Hirschhorn (eds.)