Production of indole alkaloids by gel-entrapped cells of Catharanthus roseus in a continuous flow reactor
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Calcium alginate gel-entrapped cells ofCatharanthus roseus were used to study the production of indole alkaloids in a flow through process. The bioreactor was functional for more than two months and product recovery was analyzed under various operating conditions.
KeywordsCalcium Alkaloid Alginate Indole Continuous Flow
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