Proliferation of Rindera graeca transgenic roots in oscillatory rocked disposable bioreactor
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Plant biomass is a commonly known source of pharmaceutically valuable compounds. The study aimed to investigate the influence of wave-type agitation conditions on the proliferation of Ringera graeca hairy roots in the disposable bioreactor. Transgenic roots morphology, fresh biomass increases, and yield of extracellularly secreted bioactive compounds have been recognized.
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