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BIOSYNTHETIC INCORPORATION OF ONE-CARBON UNITS INTO BERBERINE AND HYDRASTINE

Publication: Canadian Journal of Chemistry
January 1965

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The utilization of one-carbon precursors in the biosynthesis of hydrastine and berberine was investigated by tracer experiments with plants of Hydrastis canadensis L. The lactone group of hydrastine and the bridge carbon of berberine are shown to be derived from the S-methyl group of methionine.

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cover image Canadian Journal of Chemistry
Canadian Journal of Chemistry
Volume 43Number 1January 1965
Pages: 133 - 144

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Version of record online: 3 February 2011

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