The neutrophilic alkaline phosphatase activity of 40 newborns was determined and found to be frequently raised, similarly to a leukaemoid reaction. The newborn neutrophil has strong alkaline phosphatase activity and is unlike the myeloid leukaemia cell which has no alkaline phosphatase activity.
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