Bioconversion of Ilicic Alcohol and Derivatives with Cultures of Filamentous Fungi

@article{Flores2002BioconversionOI,
  title={Bioconversion of Ilicic Alcohol and Derivatives with Cultures of Filamentous Fungi},
  author={R. Flores and L. Pous and M. Sanz and C. Ardanaz and E. Guerreiro},
  journal={Natural Product Letters},
  year={2002},
  volume={16},
  pages={14 - 9}
}
Aspergillus niger cultures monohydroxylate ilicic alcohol in C-3 in a cis position with respect to the methyl groups at C-4 and C-10, and trans position with respect to the hydroxyl group of C-4. Furthermore, Aspergillus niger cultures reduce ilicic aldehyde to its corresponding alcohol. 

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