CIP and alkaline phosphatase - what's the difference? (Aug/01/2006 )
As in the title, I have a question about CIP and Alkaline phosphatase. Are they the same thing?
you mean CIP...
go to neb website...
purpose is the same
I don't know why, but it is written like ZIP in the protocol I got from my previous group where I did one internship....
Itz becauze zomeone mizpelled it
CIP is often short for CIAP = calf intestine alkaline phosphatase
Just use SAP (Shrimp alkaline phosphatase) instead : much better activity, works in most buffers, and easy to inactivate after use.
As Gerd has said, CIP is calf intestinal alkaline phosphatase. So it is actually one type of alkaline phosphatase!