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The association of hairy cell leukemia with the expression of Tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase (TRAP).

In order to remember this correlation, I have made an imaginary face in my mind: a guy with messy hair (let's say Einstein)... his HAIR is a TRAP for particles & stuff.
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that's a good way to remember.
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The association of hairy cell leukemia with the expression of Tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase (TRAP).

In order to remember this correlation, I have made an imaginary face in my mind: a guy with messy hair (let's say Einstein)... his HAIR is a TRAP for particles & stuff.
Very nice way to remember..!!!thnx to u.
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