Supercritical CO2 extraction of velutinol A from Mandevilla velutina (Apocynaceae) cultured cells and MALDI-TOF MS analysis

@article{Maraschin2004SupercriticalCE,
  title={Supercritical CO2 extraction of velutinol A from Mandevilla velutina (Apocynaceae) cultured cells and MALDI-TOF MS analysis},
  author={Marcelo Maraschin and Janyce A. Sugui and Karl Vernon Wood and Connie C. Bonham and Fernando Mauro Lanças and P. S. Araujo and Rosendo Augusto Yunes and Robert Verpoorte and Jos{\'e} Domingos Fontana},
  journal={Biotechnology Letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={77-82}
}
MALDI-TOF MS analysis of supercritical CO2 extracted samples obtained from Mandevilla velutina cell cultures allowed the detection of the anti-bradykinin pregnanic steroid, velutinol A, using low amount of sample (1 g lyophilized cells), with minimum analyte isolation. 

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