I work in a forensic lab. In rape cases cloths n swabs of victim are analysed for detection of semen. We do a presumptive chemical test for acid phosphtase for detection of semen. My question is what happens to seminal acid phosphtase (on cloths n swabs) over a period of time if kept at R.T. ? if it degrades then what are its degradation products? does this reaction liberates phosphors ?

this sounds like a very specialised question more suited to a forensic sciences online forum