Pathway Modulation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Through Metabolic Engineering Using Agrobacterium tumefaciens View Full Text


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2017-05-09

AUTHORS

Sana Khan , Laiq ur Rahman

ABSTRACT

Plants are the most appropriate source of variety of compounds that are useful to mankind as food, fiber, medicines, natural products, industrial raw material, etc. A large number of metabolites (primary and secondary) have been utilized by mankind since many years ago. However, there are certain limitations like overharvesting the natural plant, low amount of metabolite/compound, etc., which have been associated with the availability of natural products/compounds. This common problem has become major hurdles for researchers these days. To address such problems, scientists have moved toward more efficient technique like genetic transformation methods. In today’s era, Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation (ATMT) strategies have shown to be an efficient and most sophisticated technique to understand about modifications, cloning, and diversification in biosynthetic pathways in planta. The existing knowledge and many successful achievements in biotechnology sector have facilitated the development of new methods like metabolic engineering to divert the target metabolic flux in transgenic plants. More... »

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431-462

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Transgenesis and Secondary Metabolism

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978-3-319-28668-6
978-3-319-28669-3

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