Innovation in Medicine

Engineering yeast enables high-level production of diterpenoid sclareol


Sclareol, a precursor for synthesis of fragrant chemical compound Ambrox, is traditionally extracted from the flowers and leaves of Salvia sclarea. However, it requires laborious and cost-intensive purification procedures due to the low concentration of sclareol in complex mixtures.

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