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Establishment of callus and cell suspension cultures of Eysenhardtia polystachya (Ortega) and fungistatic activity of their extracts
Abstract Eysenhardtia polystachya (Fabaceae) is a valuable medicinal plant from Mexico. There have been no cell culture studies of this plant to produce secondary metabolites. The aim of this workExpand
Production of anti-HIV-1 calanolides in a callus culture of Calophyllum brasiliense (Cambes)
Calophyllum brasiliense (Cambes) produces calanolide secondary metabolites that are active against human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase. In this study, it was demonstrated thatExpand
Accumulation and tolerance of Cr and Pb using a cell suspension culture system of Jatropha curcas
Jatropha curcas has shown to be a bioaccumulator and a tolerant species to different heavy metals (HMs). This study presents an evaluation system for tolerance and accumulation of chromium (Cr) andExpand
ESTABLISHMENT OF CELL SUSPENSION CULTURES OF Prosopis laevigata (HUMB. & BONPL. EX WILLD) M.C. JOHNST TO DETERMINE THE EFFECT OF ZINC ON THE UPTAKE AND ACCUMULATION OF LEAD
In vitro studies indicate that Prosopis laevigata can be considered a potential hyperaccumulator of lead. Likewise, lead uptake has been related to protein t...
Lupeol acetate production and antioxidant activity of a cell suspension culture from Cnidoscolus chayamansa leaves
Abstract Cnidoscolus chayamansa (‘Tree spinach’ or Chaya) produces lupeol acetate (LUAC) naturally. Cell culture may represent a viable alternative production method to sustainably use of naturalExpand
Effect of plant growth regulators on plant regeneration of Dioscorea remotiflora (Kunth) through nodal explants
Dioscorea remotiflora (Kunth) is an important wild plant that produces tuberous roots used as a source of food in the Western part of Mexico. Lack of planting material and inefficiency of traditionalExpand
Fatty acid profile of intact plants of two different sites and callus cultures derived from seed and leaf explants of Calophyllum brasiliense Cambess: A new resource of non-edible oil
Abstract In Mexico, the oil seed from Calophyllum brasiliense is traditionally used for lighting, but the oil seeds and leaves have not yet been evaluated. In this work, two sites of C. brasilienseExpand
Establishment and Phytochemical Analysis of a Callus Culture from Ageratina pichinchensis (Asteraceae) and Its Anti-Inflammatory Activity
A protocol was established to produce bioactive compounds in a callus culture of Ageratina pichinchensis by using 1 mg L−1 NAA with 0.1 mg L−1 KIN. The phytochemical study of the EtOAc extractExpand
Effect of stirring speed on the production of phenolic secondary metabolites and growth of Buddleja cordata cells cultured in mechanically agitated bioreactor
Shake-flask in vitro culture of Buddleja cordata cells produces large amounts of biomass and synthetizes verbascoside (VB), linarin and hydroxycinnamic acids, bioactive phenolic secondary metabolitesExpand
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