Paclitaxel is an effective important anticancer drug for advanced breast,ovarian and other cancers. It was first isolated from the bark of the Pacific yew(Taxus brevifolia). Paclitaxel belongs to a group of secondary metabolites collectively indicated with the name taxanes. Paclitaxel is found in most yews, but thecontent is very (0-0,05%) variable. Because of the scarcity of the slow growingtrees and the relative low content of paclitaxel, alternative sources are neededto meet the increasing demand. The literature concerning the tissue culture ofTaxus sp. as an alternative source for taxanes production in reviewed.
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