Biocatalysis of the Antimalarial Artemisinin by Mucor ramannianus. Strains

@article{Parshikov2005BiocatalysisOT,
  title={Biocatalysis of the Antimalarial Artemisinin by Mucor ramannianus. Strains},
  author={I. Parshikov and B. Miriyala and K. M. Muraleedharan and Anuradha Illendula and M. Avery and J. Williamson},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={43},
  pages={579 - 582}
}
Abstract Biocatalysis of artemisinin by different strains of Mucor ramannianus.* illustrates a simple approach to bioengineering for attaining useful biotransformation strains for preparative or downstream development. Three different strains of M. ramannianus. on the malt/sucrose medium were compared for their native ability to metabolize the antimalarial artemisinin and produce significant yields of hydroxylated artemisinin derivatives. The M. ramannianus. strains transformed the antimalarial… Expand
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