Shrimp Alkaline Phosphatase
Developed at ArcticZymes, first launched in 1993. Originates from the Arctic Shrimp (Pandalus borealis), but not until 2011 available directly from ArcticZymes. Shrimp Alkaline Phosphatase (SAP) has become one of today’s most-selling DNA modifying enzymes due to the added convenience through a complete heat inactivation. While most other alkaline phosphatases (from E. coli or Calf intestine) must be removed by extraction procedures, SAP is completely inactivated after 15 minutes at 65°C. SAP works well in common buffers without the requirement for other additions.
» Dephosphorylation prior to cloning
» PCR product clean-up
Note : Concentration is 1unit/ul
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