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Investigation of calystegine biosynthesis in hyoscyamus muticus
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Calystegine biosynthesis is poorly investigated and consequently, very little information is known about its biosynthesis. Remaining metabolic steps may be elucidated through the concerted efforts of genomic, transcriptomic, metabolomic and proteomic data analysis, together “omics” coupled to biochemical and heterologous enzyme Cited by: 9.
Selection for Hyoscyamine and Cinnamoyl Putrescine Overproduction in Cell and Root Cultures of Hyoscyamus muticus. Medina-Bolivar and H. Flores Graduate Program in Plant Physiology (F.M.-B.) and Department of Plant Pathology/Biotechnology Institute (H.E.F.), The Pennsylvania State University, Wartik Laboratory, University Park Cited by: Hyoscyamus muticus in the Investigation of calystegine biosynthesis in hyoscyamus muticus book Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S.
Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on Oct Accessed on Oct Vernacular name [ edit ]. Introduction. The diamine putrescine (Put) and the higher polyamines derived from it, i.e. spermidine (Spd) and spermine (Spm), are regarded as plant growth regulators involved in many aspects of growth, morphogenesis and response to stress, and as such belong to the primary many plants, and particularly in Solanaceae, di- and polyamines covalently Cited by: Other articles where Egyptian henbane is discussed: henbane: henbane, and sometimes those of Egyptian henbane (H.
muticus) and white henbane (H. albus), yield three medicinal alkaloids—atropine, hyoscyamine, and scopolamine—that can be purified for use in pharmaceuticals.
The plants also are sometimes used in herbal and folk medicine. Oksman-Caldentey K-M, Vuorela H, Strauss A, Hiltunen R () Variation in the tropane alkaloid content ofHyoscyamus muticus plants and cell culture clones.
Planta Med – Google Scholar Oksman-Caldentey K-M, Kivelä O, Hiltunen R () Spontaneous shoot organogenesis and plant regeneration from hairy root cultures of Hyoscyamus by: Tropane alkaloids (TA) are valuable secondary plant metabolites which are mostly found in high concentrations in the Solanaceae and Erythroxylaceae families.
The TAs, which are characterized by their unique bicyclic tropane ring system, can be divided into three major groups: hyoscyamine and scopolamine, cocaine and calystegines.
Although all TAs have the same basic structure, Cited by: 9. Scopolamine is an alkaloid widely used in medicine for its anticholinergic activity.
The aim of this review is to show that metabolic engineering techniques constitute a suitable tool to improve the production of tropane alkaloids, focusing in particular on scopolamine.
We present an overview of results obtained by various research groups, including our own, who have studied the Cited by: Key words: Hyoscyamus muticus, lithovit, phenylalanine, yeast extract and callus.
Introduction Medicinal plants are the local heritage with global importance and world is endowed with a rich wealth of medicinal plants 1. Plant considers one of the most important sources of medicines for thousands of years.
We investigated this metabolic response, and activities of enzymes involved in putrescine (Put) and tropane alkaloid biosynthesis, in root cultures of Hyoscyamus muticus and compared it. hyoscyamine content in hairy root cultures of Hyoscyamus muticus. 99 Sevón N, Oksman-Caldentey KM () Agrobacterium rhizogenes-mediated.
Tetraploidy improves overexpression of h6h and scopolamine production of H. muticus, while in H. senecionis, pmt overexpression and elicitation can be used as effective methods for increasing tropane alkaloids.
The effects of metabolic engineering in a polyploid context were studied by overexpression of h6h in the tetraploid hairy root cultures of H. Cited by: 6. INTRODUCTION Hyoscyamus muticus, commonly known as Egyptian henbane, is a rich source of tropane alkaloids which have mydriatic, anticholinergic and antispasmodic properties.
During a large scale isolation of hyoscyamine from this plant, it was of interest to investigate the non-alkaloidal components since such compounds have not been reported Cited by: 7. ADVERTISEMENTS: Synonyms: Folia Hyoscyamus, Hvoscyamus herb, Hyoscyamus leaf, Henbane, Khorsani Ajma (Hindi) Botanical source: ADVERTISEMENTS: It consists of the dried leaves and flowering tops of Hyoscyamus nigar Linn.
It contains not less than % alkaloids, calculated as hyoscyamine. Family: Solanaceae. Geographical source: ADVERTISEMENTS:. biosynthesis as these cells exhibit compartmentalization of organelles and have been used for effective metabolic engineering of complex metabolites .
Cocaine Biosynthesis Cocaine biosynthesis (Figure5), past its branch point with common intermediates shared with other TAs, is still under investigation and not fully elucidated. pgeng Ergot alkaloids and summary of biosynthesis pathway.(A) Ergoline alkaloid biosynthesis pathways in the Clavicipitaceae.
Arrows indicate one or more steps catalyzed by products of genes indicated. Arrows and genes in blue indicate steps in synthesis of the first fully cyclized intermediate (skeleton).
clones of H. muticus. Therefore, metabolic engineering of the tropane biosynthetic pathway in polyploids is suggested as a potential system for increasing the production of tro-pane alkaloids.
Transgenic hairy root cultures of Hyoscyamus senecionis were also established. While overexpression of pmt in H. senecionis was correlated withCited by: 6.
Medicinal Plant Biotechnology-Teaching Book. Combinatorial biosynthesis is a new tool in the generation of novel natural products, as well as for the production of rare and expensive natural products, and is explained and illustrated in detail in Chapter Another study  used the continuous-flow mode for initial investigation of.
Pteridine Biosynthesis in the Butterfly Cc&as eurytheme (Received for publication, J) WARD B. WATT* From the Department of Biology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut SUMMARY Quantitative data are presented on the distribution of pteridines, primarily xanthopterin, leucopterin, erythropterin.
compounds relevant to this biosynthetic investigation are shown in Fig. All identifications were based on comparisons of mass spectra and retention times with those of the authentic samples. Peak 5 shown in Fig. 1b was a composite that represented.
Abstract. The actinobacterium Kribbella flavida NBRC T produces cyclobis-(1→6)-α-nigerosyl (CNN), a cyclic glucotetraose with alternate α-(1→6)- and α-(1→3)-glucosidic linkages, from starch in the culture medium. We identified gene clusters associated with the production and intracellular catabolism of CNN in the K.
flavida by: 2.Evidence that the Plant Host Synthesizes the Heme Moiety of Leghemoglobin in Root Nodules1 Maria A. Santana2, Kaarina Pihakaski-Maunsbach3, Niels Sandal, Kjeld A. Marcker, and Alison G. Smith* Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EA, United KingdomCited by: Construction of inducible crocetin biosynthesis pathway.
To realize crocetin biosynthesis, heterologous crtZ and ccd were codon optimized and introduced into an existing β-carotene producer (S. cerevisiae SyBE_SCCY06), which processed endogenous ALDs to catalyze the final step in crocetin synthesis pathway (Fig.
1a) .At first, crtZ was integrated into Cited by: