Rosmarinic acid and its derivatives: biotechnology and applications.

  title={Rosmarinic acid and its derivatives: biotechnology and applications.},
  author={Victor P. Bulgakov and Yuliya V Inyushkina and Sergey A. Fedoreyev},
  journal={Critical reviews in biotechnology},
  volume={32 3},
Rosmarinic acid (RA) is one of the first secondary metabolites produced in plant cell cultures in extremely high yields, up to 19% of the cell dry weight. More complex derivatives of RA, such as rabdosiin and lithospermic acid B, later were also obtained in cell cultures at high yields. RA and its derivatives possess promising biological activities, such as improvement of cognitive performance, prevention of the development of Alzheimer's disease, cardioprotective effects, reduction of the… CONTINUE READING


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