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Swainsonine production by Metarrhizium anisopliae in fed batch cultures



Swainsonine production by Metarrhizium anisopliae in fed batch cultures



Microbial utilization of renewable resources Vol 7 NRCT, NUS, DOST JSPS Joint Seminar on Biotechnology December 22-26, 1990, Songkla, Thailand, and Singapore: 228-234



Swainsonine is a member of a class of indolizidine alkaloids originally isolated from tropical legumes. Swainsonine is an analogue of alpha -mannose. Swainsonine has been demonstrated as being a competitive inhibitor of alpha -mannosidase, as such this alkaloid has been found to be responsible for gastrointestinal disturbances in animals that graze upon plants producing it.

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