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Media Optimization in Immobilized Culture to Enhance the Content of Curcumin in Curcuma longa (Zingiberaceae) and Protein Profile of Treated Samples in Static Culture

Pratibha Chaturvedi1*, Sandeepan Mukherjee2, Shraddha Mehta2, Pialy Chatterjee2 and Abhay Chowdhary3
1Division of Phytopharmacuetics, Haffkine Institute for Training, Testing and Research, Parel, Mumbai, India
2Department of Virology, Haffkine Institute for Training, Testing and Research, Parel, Mumbai, India
3Director, Haffkine Institute for Training, Testing and Research, Parel, Mumbai, India
Corresponding Author : Pratibha Chaturvedi
Division of Phytopharmacuetics
Haffkine Institute, Parel, Mumbai - 400012, India
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Received July 01, 2014; Accepted July 18, 2014; Published July 20, 2014
Citation: Chaturvedi P, Mukherjee S, Mehta S, Chatterjee P, Chowdhary A (2014) Media Optimization in Immobilized Culture to Enhance the Content of Curcumin in Curcuma longa (Zingiberaceae) and Protein Profile of Treated Samples in Static Culture. Nat Prod Chem Res S1:002. doi: 10.4172/2329-6836.S1-002
Copyright: © 2014 Chaturvedi P, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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Abstract

Plant cell culture system has served as an alternative to enhance the production of high value phyto-pharmaceuticals. In the described study, the immobilized culture and static culture of Curcuma longa (Zingiberaceae) were used to maximize the production of the bioactive compound Curcumin. It was observed that Curcumin content in vitro studies (static as well as immobilize cultures) were enhanced in one week old cultures fed with 5 mg/100 ml of media (Static 8.71%; immobilize 2.03%). Statistically significant (seven fold) enhancement in Curcumin content was obtained in one week old static culture, which was maintained on Zenk production media incorporated with cinnamic acid (Control 1.57% and induced 8.717%). Quantitative estimation was done using HPTLC analysis with standard Curcumin. To evaluate the effect of treatment on total protein in Curcumin biosynthesis, we have examined Curcumin content as well as the protein profile of treated samples of Curcuma longa static culture. All the treated samples were analysed using SDS-PAGE for their proteomic profiles. A 23,420 Da protein was prominently expressed in all samples which may be a glycine rich protein (works on defence mechanism). Treated samples exhibited decreased expression of the protein as compared to control. This may be attributed to the formation of Reactive Oxygen species (ROS) in culture condition due to high concentration of sucrose (5%) in the Curcuma longa culture media that is known to induce oxidative stress and subsequent increase in Curcumin production. Further investigation is required to understand the actual protein involvement in Curcumin synthesis in different cultures treated with different compounds. The study signifies the use of plant explants to develop immobilized and static cultures rather than callus in Zenk media, which reduce the time as well as expenditure. The proteomic profile of C. longa has been discussed earlier, but its effect on proteomic profile of in vitro treated samples is a new study.

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