The mitochondrial pattern in the liver of tumor-bearing mice has been compared to that of healthy animals. A definite change occurred in the shape and size of mitochondria of the liver cells of mice bearing either spontaneous or transplanted carcinomas or transplanted sarcomas, as compared to those of control animals. The greatest alteration was found in the liver of mice bearing the largest tumors and presenting an extremely high liver/body ratio.

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