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Metabolism of [3-3H]oleanolic acid in the isolated Calendula officinalis leaf cells and transport of the synthesized glycosides to the cell wall and the extracellular space

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It has been shown for the first time that [3-3H]oIeanolic acid glycosides formed in the cytosol of C. officinalis leaf cells are transported to the extracellular space in the form of pentaglucoside VI (44%), whereas glucuronides derived from [3-3H]oleanolic acid 3-O-monoglucuronide (29%) as well asa part of glucosides (24%) were transported into the cell walls.
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p.25-29,fig.
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  • Warsaw University, Al.Zwirki i Wigury 93, 02-089 Warsaw, Poland
Bibliografia
  • 1. Kasprzyk, Z. & Wojciechowski, Z. (1967) The structure of triterpenic glycosides from the flowers of Calendula officinalis L. Photochemistry 6,69-75.
  • 2. Wojciechowski, Z., Jelonkiewicz-Konador, A., Tomaszewski, M., Jankowski, J. & Kasprzyk, Z. (1971) The structure of glycosides of oleanolic acid isolated from the roots of Calendula offici­nalis. Phytochemistry 10,1121-1124.
  • 3. Janiszowska, W., Jurzysta, M. & Kasprzyk, Z. (1989) Biological activities of oleanolic acid glycosides from Calendula officinalis. XIII Conference on Isoprenoids, Abstracts p.110.
  • 4. Auguścińska, E. & Janiszowska W. (1992) Allelopatic properties of oleanolic acid and its glycosides. XXVIII Meeting of the Polish Biochemical Society, Abstracts p. 360 (in Polish).
  • 5. Szakiel, A. & Kasprzyk, Z. (1989) Distribution of oleanolic acid glycosides in vacuoles and cell walls isolated from protoplasts and cells of Calendula officinalis leaves. Steroids 53,501-511.
  • 6. Janiszowska, W. & Szakiel, A. (1992) The tran­sport of [3-3H]oleanolic acid and its monogly- cosides to isolated vacuoles of protoplasts from Calendula officinalis leaves. Phytochernislry 31, 2993-2997.
  • 7. Szakiel, A., Łałowski, M. & Janiszowska, W. (1993) Metabolism and localization of oleanolic acid glycosides in Calendula officinalis leaf cells and extracellular space. XXIX Meeting of the Polish Biochemical Society, Abstracts p. 364 (in Polish).
  • 8. Auguścińska, E. & Kasprzyk, 2. (1982) Studies on the labelling of tritcrpenoids in shoots and cells or protoplasts from Calendula officinalis leaves. Ada Biochim. Polon. 29,7-15.
  • 9. Janiszowska, W., Wiłkomirski, B. & Kasprzyk, Z. (1980) Synthesis of oleanolic acid 3-O-mono- glucoside. Polish J. Chem. 54, 2147-2152.
  • 10. Greve, L.C. & Ordin, L. (1977) Isolation and purification of an a-mannosidase from cole- optiles of Avena sativa. Plant Physiol. 60,478-481.
  • 11. Kasprzyk, Z., Wojciechowski, Z. & Janiszowska, W. (1970) Incorporation of l-uC-acetate into glycosides of oleanolic acid in Calendula officinalis. Phytochemistry 9, 561-564.
  • 12. Auguścińska, E., Szakiel, A., Wiłkomirski, B. & Kasprzyk, Z. (1985) The metabolism of (3-3Hloleanolic acid-3-0-mono-l14C]glucoside in isolated cells from Calendula officinalis leaves. Phytochemistry 24,1713-1715.
  • 13. Kasprzyk, Z., Janiszowska, W. & Sobczyk, E. (1973) Metabolism of a new series of oleanolic acid glycosides in Calendula officinalis shoots. Acta Biochim. Polon. 20, 231-235.
  • 14. Wojciechowski, Z. (1975) Biosynthesis of olea­nolic acid glycosides by subcellular fractions of Calendula officinalis seedling. Phytochemistry 14, 1749-1753.
  • 15. Janiszowska, W. & Kasprzyk, Z. (1974) Transport of glycosides of oleanolic acid from shoot to root in Calendula officinalis. Ada Biochim. Polon. 21,415-421.
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