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We studied serum samples which showed alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity at or near the origin of the polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. 1) Sucrose monolaurate (final concentration, 1.7%) treatment produced a new ALP band (SM-ALP band). 2) The SM-ALP band disappeared from the original region with anti-human placental ALP antibody and appeared at the high molecular region. 3) ALP activity of SM-ALP band was completely inactivated by heat treatment (at 65°C for 10 min). 4) The molecular massdoi:10.2198/jelectroph.52.25 fatcat:cxuz44ez6ffj5d4dy4fja5msuq