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The combination of plant cell culture methodology with synthetic chemistry affords an attractive route to the synthesis of complex natural products and related compounds of industrial importance. Plant cell cultures which often provide "unique" enzyme systems can be employed effectively as "reagents" in the biotransformation of synthetic substrates to desired end products. Such conversions are often superior to those utilizing chemical reagents with the result that the overall synthetic routedoi:10.1351/pac199668112073 fatcat:jfbilla2jbdtdptcedmdpwnxly