Biosynthesis of Ortho-Phtalic Acid Esters in Plant and Cell Cultures

@article{Enikeev2019BiosynthesisOO,
  title={Biosynthesis of Ortho-Phtalic Acid Esters in Plant and Cell Cultures},
  author={A.G. Enikeev and A.A. Semenov and Aleksey V. Permyakov and Nataliya Aleksandrovna Sokolova and Kim Z. Gamburg and L. V. Dudareva},
  journal={Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={55},
  pages={294-297}
}
The biosynthesis of ortho-phtalic acid alkyl esters by intact plants, in vitro plants, and cell cultures was studies. It was established that all of the studied objects produce phtalic esters in considerable quantities. Thus, the biosynthesis of those compounds is a common feature of the plant world. These compounds are secreted in the environment and create a background of phthalate pollution independently of the possible technologic sources. 
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