Improvement of phenylethanoid glycosides production by a fungal elicitor in cell suspension culture of Cistanche deserticola

Abstract

When, on the 15th day of growth, an elicitor from Fusarium solani was added at 40 mg l−1 to Cistanche deserticola cell suspension cultures, the contents of echinacoside, acteoside and total phenylethanoid glycosides (PeGs) in cultured cells all increased over the next 27 d by over 100% to 15 mg g−1 dry wt, 9 mg g−1 dry wt and 57 mg g−1 dry wt, respectively. The final biomass (1.3 mg dry wt ml−1) was not affected.

DOI: 10.1023/A:1025055612517

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@article{Lu2003ImprovementOP, title={Improvement of phenylethanoid glycosides production by a fungal elicitor in cell suspension culture of Cistanche deserticola}, author={Cui-tao Lu and Xing-guo Mei}, journal={Biotechnology Letters}, year={2003}, volume={25}, pages={1437-1439} }