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Abstract

SUMMARY: C-Tetrachlorsalicylanilide (TCS) was taken up by , becoming localized on the cytoplasmic membrane and was recoverable from the membrane by treatment with normal horse serum. Normal phase-dark protoplasts became phase-bright and distorted on addition of TCS; osmotically resistant ‘protoplasts’ in buffer were obtained from TCS-treated subsequently treated with lysozyme. Both these conditions were inhibited or annulled by serum.

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