Production of zearalenone-4-glucoside, a-zearalenol-4-glucoside and ß-zearalenol-4-glucoside
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The work at hand describes the production of the zearalenone (ZON) metabolites zearalenone-4-glucoside (ZON-4G), a-zearalenol-4-glucoside (oc-ZOL-4G) and ß-zearalenol-4-glucoside (ß-ZOL-4G). In a first step a genetically modified yeast strain, expressing theArabidopsis thaliana UDP-glu-cosyltransferase UGT73C6, was treated with ZON to produce ZON-4G. The substance was purified by solid phase extraction and subsequent reversed phase preparative HPLC prior to the reduction with sodium borohydride to yield 0C-ZOL-4G and ß-ZOL-4G. The identity and purity of the substances were confirmed by13C-and1H-NMR as well as by HPLC-UV. In total, 50 mg of ZON were used to produce 5 mg of a-ZOL-4G with a purity of 98%, 6 mg of ß-ZOL-4G with a purity of 99% and 5 mg of ZON-4G with a purity of 99%.
Keywordsα-zearalenol-4-ß-D-glucopyranoside ß-zearalenol-4-ß-D-glucopyranoside zearalenone-4-ß-D-glucopyranoside masked mycotoxins
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