alkaline phosphate

a phosphate of an alkaline metal, as sodium or potassium.

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  • Calf Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase (CIP) — is an enzyme that catalyzes the 5 phosphate group s removal from DNA. This enzyme is frequently used in DNA sub cloning, because DNA fragments which lack the 5 phosphoryl termini cannot self ligate. Preventing self ligation is important both in… …   Wikipedia

  • earthy phosphate — a phosphate of one of the alkaline earth metals …   Medical dictionary

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