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Establishment of high-productive Isatis tinctoria L. hairy root cultures: A promising approach for efficient production of bioactive alkaloids

 Biochemical Engineering Journal, Volume 95, 15 March 2015, Pages 37-47

 Qing-Yan Gai, Jiao Jiao, Meng Luo, Wei Wang, Wei Ma, Yuan-Gang Zu, Yu-Jie Fu

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 Abstract

 For the first time, Isatis tinctoria hairy root cultures (ITHRCs) induced by Agrobacterium rhizogenes, were established as alternative sources for the production of bioactive alkaloids (AK). The highest transformation rate (76.67%) was obtained when 3 week-old petiole explants were co-cultured with A. rhizogenes for 2 days by the aid of 125[1][1]Macetosyringone and 1.5mMarginine. Among eight I. tinctoria hairy root lines (ITHRLs), ITHRL III was screened as the lead line and was confirmed by the PCR amplification of rolB, rolC and aux1 genes. Culture conditions of ITHRCs were optimized by Box–Behnken design, and six main AK constituents were qualitatively and quantitatively determined by liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry (LC–MS/MS). Under the culture temperature (24.7 ◦C), inoculum size (0.75%), sucrose concentration (3.14%) and initial pH (5.8), ITHRCs (23 day-old) in MS/2 medium gave the maximum biomass dry weight (DW) of 12.85 g/L and the optimal total AK content of 521.77[1][1]g/gDW.Results showed that the proposed ITHRCs system possessed higher ability of AK production as compared to that of 2 year-old fieldgrown roots (464.69[1][1]g/g DW). Overall, this work offered a promising, sustainable and high-productive biosynthesis platform that was capable of augmentation production of valuable naturally-derived AK.