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Production of the new antimalaria drug artemisinin in shoot cultures of Artemisia annua L


, : Production of the new antimalaria drug artemisinin in shoot cultures of Artemisia annua L. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 32(2): 247-257

A suitable culture medium was developed for establishing shoot cultures of A. annua in which significant artemisinin concentrations were accumulated. This medium consisted of half strength MS salts with vitamins, 0.2 mg BA and 0.05 mg NAA/litre, and 1% sucrose. The shoot cultures showed considerable photosynthetic activity and generally contained about an average of 0.08% artemisinin on a DW basis.

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