Breakdown of Caffeine in the Leaves of Coffea arabica L. View Full Text


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DATE

1965-02

AUTHORS

PETER KALBERER

ABSTRACT

THE caffeine content of older Coffea leaves decreases after an initial increase in young leaves1. There are two possible explanations of this fact; first, a chemical transformation of caffeine; secondly, a translocation from the leaf to other organs. The object of these investigations was to find out if there is a breakdown of caffeine in the Coffea leaves and what compounds are formed. Four differently labelled caffeine molecules were synthesized, two with 14C in the purine ring (pos. 2 and 8) and two with 14C in the methyl groups (N1-methyl 14C and N7-methyl 14C). More... »

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597-598

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Nature

ISSUE

4971

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205

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/205597a0

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