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Medicinal Plant Biotechnology

Oliver Kayser (Editor), Wim J. Quax (Editor)
ISBN: 978-3-527-31443-0
618 pages
December 2006, Wiley-Blackwell
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This unique overview of plants and transgenic techniques of great scientific, medicinal and economic value for both industry and academia covers the whole spectrum from cell culture techniques, via genetic engineering and secondary product metabolism right up to the use of transgenic plants for the production of bioactive compounds. Practical examples are given throughout, including the production of cancer therapeutics, functional food, and flavor compounds in plants.
Of particular interest to the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries, as well as medicinal chemists, biochemists, and molecular biologists.
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LINKING PLANTS, GENES AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
Tracks and traits of medical plant biotechnolonogy
Metabolomics in plant biotechnology
HPLC-NMR techniques for plant extract analysis
Plant associated microorganisms (endophytes) as a new source of bioacative natural products
DNA profiling of plants
Bioprospection - search for bioactive lead structures from nature
Biotechnological production of anticancer drugs
GENETIC MODIFICATIONS, TRANSGENIC PLANTS AND POTENTIAL OF MEDICINAL PLANTS IN GENETECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
Plant biotechnology
Biotechnological methods for selection of hifg yield cell lines and production of secondary metabolites in medicinal plants
Impact of whole genome and EST database on the study of plant metabolism
Biotechnology of Solanaceae alkaloids - a model or an industrial perspective?
Plant cell cultures of plants from Taiwan
Combinatorial biosynthesis
Plantibodies
Glycosilation of recombinant proteins in Plants
Medicinally used transgenic plants
PLANTS AS DRUG FACTORIES
Intellectual property protection of plant biotechnology
Breeding of medicinal plants
Camptothecin production in cell cultures of O. species
Plant biochemistry and biotechnology of flavour compounds and essential oils
Gingko biloba and production of secondary metabolites
Paclitaxel production in plant cell cultures
Production of artemisinin in a bioreactor

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Prof. Oliver Kayser studied pharmacy at the University Münster. He received his PhD and his postdoctoral qualification (Habilitation) from the Free University Berlin in 1997 and 2003. In 2004 he was appointed Assistant Professor at the University Groningen for Pharmaceutical Biology. His research interests are phytochemstry, combinatorial biosynthesis and plant biotechnology. He has published more than 100 peer reviewed papers and proceedings and has authored and edited 5 books.

Professor Wim Quax is head of the laboratory of pharmaceutical biology in the Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy in the Netherlands. He has published more than 70 peer reviewed papers, and is member of numerous scientific organisations and committees.
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"…this impeccably organized two-volume reference…[is] a cogent and purposeful treatise that has value in both the professional and academic worlds." (Electric Review, May 2007)

‘This book is an ideal reference providing comprehensive and up-to-date information…’ (Anticancer Research, 2007)

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