Biotransformation of Steroids and Flavonoids by Cultures of Aspergillus niger

@article{Parshikov2015BiotransformationOS,
  title={Biotransformation of Steroids and Flavonoids by Cultures of Aspergillus niger},
  author={I. Parshikov and J. Sutherland},
  journal={Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology},
  year={2015},
  volume={176},
  pages={903-923}
}
Steroids are derivatives of the triterpenoid squalene, containing three fused cyclohexane rings and a cyclopentane ring, and flavonoids are derivatives of L-phenylalanine, containing two aromatic rings joined by a three-carbon bridge that may form part of a heterocyclic ring. A great variety of steroids and flavonoids are produced by plants, and many additional steroids are produced by animals or fungi. Because these compounds have many nutritional and pharmaceutical values, and many of them… Expand
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