K W Leienbach

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A very hydrophilic compound was isolated from parsley cell suspension cultures in high yield after application of nicotinic acid. Using chemical, chromatographic and spectroscopic procedures the structure of this new plant constituent has been elucidated as nicotinic acid N-alpha-L-arabinopyranoside. This structure has been proved by chemical synthesis. An(More)
Cell suspension cultures of Phaseolus aureus, Glycinemax., Cicer arietinum and Chenopodium rubrum convert nicotinic acid and nicotinamide into N-methyl nicotinic acid (trigonelline). Application of [carboxyl-14C]- and [N-methyl-14C]nicotinic acid to cell cultures demonstrated that 1) the nicotinic acid moiety of trigonelline is funnelled into the pyridine(More)
Application of nicotinic acid to cell suspension cultures of Petroselinum hortense Hoffm., Daucus carota, Nicotiana tabacum and Nicotiana glauca leads to the formation of the recently isolated[2] nicotinic acid N-alpha-L-arabinoside. In these cell cultures the arabinoside is a metabolically active compound; the nicotinic acid moiety is used for NAD(More)
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