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How are Plants and Medicines Related?
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At the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center we strive to improve the human condition through plant science. An area of research we concentrate on is how plants make special chemicals called natural products. These chemicals frequently are used as med ...
that involve deep transcriptome sequencing of medicinal plants using next generation sequencing, , Dr. Kutchan is a consortium member of Transcriptome Characterization of Medicinal Plants Relevant, How are Plants and Medicines Related?, At the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center we strive to improve the human condition through plant science. An area of research we concentrate on is how plants, Plant Science Center investigates selected natural products currently in mature plants and in tissue
The Plant Pulse January 6, 2012
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  The 7 Paths of the New Agriculture - Biofuels Digest Biofuels booming? It’s not just the new transformative processing technologies, it’s the new agriculture. Here’s what’s going on, by whom, and where, when and why.   County to o ...
. Secrets of Medicinal Plants Stored in Database - Canal Health News The Medicinal Plants, medicinal plants so that key genetic information can be rapidly accessed. 2012 Congratulations, with less water and the results are promising. All the plants had smaller yields because of the lack
Critical Knowledge about Opium’s Atomic Structure discovered by Danforth Center Researchers
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Danforth Center finding key to the development of plant-based pharmaceuticals ST. LOUIS, MO January 17, 2011— The opium poppy, one of mankind’s oldest medicinal plants, serves today as the commercial source of the powerful analgesic morphine, fr ...
, 2011— The opium poppy, one of mankind’s oldest medicinal plants, serves today as the commercial, of the oldest medicinal plants but we are now discovering more about its pathway to enable the development, information about the atomic structure of the medicinal plant that may lead to new advances in plant-based, this medicinal plant is able to produce morphine, one of the most frequently used medicines worldwide, of the extremely complex chemistry that is common in plants. The more details we have as to how
Toni Kutchan to Receive the Fellows Award - Jan 26, 2012
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St. Louis Academy of Science recognizes Danforth Center Scientist Toni Kutchan, Ph.D. ST. LOUIS, MO, January 18, 2011 – Dr. Toni Kutchan,  the Oliver M. Langenberg Distinguished Investigator and Principal Investigator at the Donald Danforth Pla ...
stage, with an emphasis on medicinal plants. Prior to joining the Danforth Center in 2006, Kutchan, Biochemistry in Germany. She is currently investigating how plants produce medicinal compounds
Ask a Plant Scientist: Dr. Toni Kutchan
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Dr. Kutchan’s lab is dedicated to investigating how plants produce medicinal compounds at the enzyme and gene level, which could lead to new sources of medications for use against conditions such as dementia and cancer.
. Kutchan’s lab is dedicated to investigating how plants produce medicinal compounds at the enzyme, alternative plants? A: Three reasons: they both produce important medicinal compounds, the pathway to those, such as dementia and cancer. Q: Briefly, how do you describe your research? A: Using modern technology, plants, are isolated and used to either improve the plants as sources of medicine or used to develop synthetic biology platforms— i.e. are moved into other organisms to produce the medicines. Q: How has medicinal
Suburban Journals-Kutchan to receive the Fellows Award
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Toni Kutchan, member and principal investigator at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, has been named a recipient of the Fellows Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement in science, from the Academy of Science-St. Louis. Kutchan, of C ...
of Plant Biochemistry in Germany. She is investigating how plants produce medicinal compounds, that plants use to produce pharmaceutical products," said William H. Danforth, chairman
Toni Kutchan
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. Research Summary Toni is currently investigating two aspects of natural products that are found in plants; how plants produce medicinal natural products at the enzyme and gene level, which could lead, lab is aimed at elucidating the biosynthetic pathways of selected medicinal compounds in plants and developing improved sources of these chemicals. The lab investigates how plants make special, sequencing of medicinal plants (http://uic.edu/pharmacy/MedPlTranscriptome/, http
The Plant Pulse December 30, 2011
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WSU partners to explore genetics of medicinal plants - WSU News Many of the most valued medicines from plants have very complex chemical structures and are often only found in tiny amounts in nature, sometimes in remote parts of the world and s ...
The Plant Pulse December 30, 2011, WSU partners to explore genetics of medicinal plants - WSU News Many of the most valued medicines from plants have very complex chemical structures, in endangered plant species. Christner's dress made out of plants - St. Louis Business, , referring to the plants and, of course, to the design itself. Africa's agricultural revolution, of the benefits of the new farming technology in Nigeria. 'Unequivocal' tree of life for seed plants
Nature’s Medicines: Translating Plants to Healthcare Applications
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Join us this Thursday, April 3, as featured panelists Toni Kutchan, Ph. D., Oliver M. Langenberg distinguished investigator, vice president for research, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and Mark Trudeau, president and chief executive officer, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, discuss medicines from plants and how research at the Danforth Center reaches the marketplace. 
Nature’s Medicines: Translating Plants to Healthcare Applications, Join us this Thursday, April 3, executive officer, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, discuss medicines from plants and how research, , click here. For millennia, plants have been a source of traditional medicines, uses plant medicines. Plants are used to produce drugs that play an important role in cancer treatment, various sources including plants, synthetics (petroleum), bacteria and fungi. The potential
Toni Kutchan to Receive the Fellows Award - Jan 18th, 2011
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE St. Louis Academy of Science recognizes Danforth Center Scientist ST. LOUIS, MO, January 18, 2011 – Dr. Toni Kutchan,  the Oliver M. Langenberg Distinguished Investigator and Principal Investigator at the Donald Danforth Pla ...
on the international plant biochemistry stage, with an emphasis on medicinal plants. Prior to joining the Danforth, and the Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry in Germany. She is currently investigating how plants produce medicinal compounds at the enzyme and gene level, which could lead to new sources of medications