Lithospermic acid B is more responsive to silver ions (Ag+) than rosmarinic acid in Salvia miltiorrhiza hairy root cultures.

@article{Xiao2009LithospermicAB,
  title={Lithospermic acid B is more responsive to silver ions (Ag+) than rosmarinic acid in Salvia miltiorrhiza hairy root cultures.},
  author={Ying Xiao and Shouhong Gao and Peng Di and Junfeng Chen and Wansheng Chen and Lei Zhang},
  journal={Bioscience reports},
  year={2009},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={33-40}
}
LAB (lithospermic acid B) is a dimer of RA (rosmarinic acid) and has been suggested to be derived from RA, but the detailed biosynthesis process has not yet been identified. The accumulation of RA has been intensively investigated in the plant species of Boraginaceae and Lamiaceae. In the present study, we report that silver ions (Ag+; 15 microM), an abiotic elicitor, did not stimulate RA accumulation but dramatically enhanced LAB from approx. 5.4% to 18.8% of dry weight in Salvia miltiorrhiza… CONTINUE READING

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