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Raspberry ketone is an important compound for the flavour industry. It is frequently used in products such as soft drinks, sweets, puddings and ice creams. The compound can be produced by organic synthesis. Demand for “natural” raspberry ketone is growing considerably. However, this product...
Stilbenes are bioactive compounds that show beneficial effects for humans, such as anti-tumor activity and survival improvement. Resveratrol, a representative of stilbenes and showing various health-improving activities, is rapidly metabolized in humans, and modified resveratrols are therefore...
Flavanones are the common precursors of plant polyphenolic compounds collectively known as flavonoids. Leguminous plants have evolved a distinct class of flavanone molecules, known as 5-deoxyflavanones that play important roles in their symbiotic interactions. A four-step metabolic circuit was...
Ketocarotenoids and especially astaxanthin are high-valued pigments used as feed additives. Conventionally, they are provided by chemical synthesis. Their biological production is a promising alternative. For the development of a plant production system, Nicotiana glauca, a species with...
Plant natural products derived from phenylalanine and the phenylpropanoid pathway are impressive in their chemical diversity and are the result of plant evolution, which has selected for the acquisition of large repertoires of pigments, structural and defensive compounds, all derived from a...
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