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Biotransformation of Cardiac Glycosides by Plant Cell Cultures

  • A. W. Alfermann
  • H. M. Boy
  • P. C. Döller
  • W. Hagedorn
  • M. Heins
  • J. Wahl
  • E. Reinhard
Part of the Proceedings in Life Sciences book series (LIFE SCIENCES)

Abstract

Biotransformation of steroids by microorganisms as well as by plant cell cultures has found an increasing interest during the last years. Only little, however, is known about biotransformation of cardiac glycosides by plant cell cultures.

Keywords

Cell Strain Plant Cell Culture Cardiac Glycoside Shake Culture Fermentor Culture 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. W. Alfermann
  • H. M. Boy
  • P. C. Döller
  • W. Hagedorn
  • M. Heins
  • J. Wahl
  • E. Reinhard

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