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The structure of an oligosaccharide and its effect on cultured plant cells
Gan, FY; Deng, B; Shen, YM
1999
发表期刊ADVANCES IN PLANT GLYCOSIDES, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY
ISSN0-444-50180-0
卷号6页码:409-414
摘要The structure of an oligosaccharide and its effect on cultured plant cells are reported in this paper. The oligosacchride with different DP (degree of polymerization) were isolated from acid-hydrolyzed cell walls of cultured cells from Panax ginseng. The samples were passed through an active carbon column, a Dowex (H+) column, and a Bio-Gel P-2 column and finally separated by HPLC. The oligosaccharide with different DP were obtained. The possible structure of an oligosaccharide DP-6 was characterized by TGC, GC-MS, FAB-MS and C-13-NMR measurements. Experiments showed that this oligosaccharide could increase the growth rate of Taxus yunnanensis cultured cells by 36.7% and promote the taxol yield: by nearly 2 folds. Its effect was also found in other cultured plant cells such as panax notoginseng and Carthamus tinctorius.
关键词Oligosaccharide Cultured Plant Cells Effect
学科领域Plant Sciences
收录类别SCI
语种英语
文献类型期刊论文
条目标识符http://ir.kib.ac.cn/handle/151853/5579
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Gan, FY,Deng, B,Shen, YM. The structure of an oligosaccharide and its effect on cultured plant cells[J]. ADVANCES IN PLANT GLYCOSIDES, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY,1999,6:409-414.
APA Gan, FY,Deng, B,&Shen, YM.(1999).The structure of an oligosaccharide and its effect on cultured plant cells.ADVANCES IN PLANT GLYCOSIDES, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY,6,409-414.
MLA Gan, FY,et al."The structure of an oligosaccharide and its effect on cultured plant cells".ADVANCES IN PLANT GLYCOSIDES, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY 6(1999):409-414.
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