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Some of the hyperplastic cells in both the HO-BBN/BEA-treated and the BEA-treated animals had super ficial acid phosphatase staining (Fig. 14B), suggesting an autophagic re sponse. Whereas staining for GGT was effective on the brush border, there were no foci of this activity in the hyperplastic or dysplastic cells at any time point following BEA treatment. By contrast, however, there are focal and irreversible losses of alkaline phosphatase from otherwise histologically and cytologically normal rat FIG.
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