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Agricultural and Biological Sciences » "Soybean and Health", book edited by Hany El-Shemy, ISBN 978-953-307-535-8, Published: September 12, 2011 under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license. © The Author(s).

Chapter 11

From Soybean Phytosterols to Steroid Hormones

By Feng-Qing Wang, Kang Yao and Dong-Zhi Wei
DOI: 10.5772/18808

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7 ARTICLES

Last Update: February 21, 2018

  1. Structure and Catalytic Mechanism of 3-Ketosteroid Dehydrogenases
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    A.I. Decloedt, L. Bailly-Chouriberry, J. Vanden Bussche, P. Garcia, M.-A. Popot, Y. Bonnaire and L. Vanhaecke
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  3. Role Identification and Application of SigD in the Transformation of Soybean Phytosterol to 9α-Hydroxy-4-androstene-3,17-dione in Mycobacterium neoaurum
    Liang-Bin Xiong, Hao-Hao Liu, Li-Qin Xu, Dong-Zhi Wei and Feng-Qing Wang
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  4. Comparative genomic analysis of Mycobacterium neoaurum MN2 and MN4 substrate and product tolerance
    Ling-xia Xu, Hui-lin Yang, Meng-an Kuang, Zong-cai Tu and Xiao-lan Wang
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  5. Efficient Bioconversion of High Concentration Phytosterol Microdispersion to 4-Androstene-3,17-Dione (AD) by Mycobacterium sp. B3805
    Rodrigo A. Mancilla, Cedric Little and Alejandro Amoroso
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  6. Removal of stigmasterol from Kraft mill effluent by aerobic biological treatment with steroidal metabolite detection
    Soledad Chamorro, Juan P. Vergara, Mayra Jarpa, Victor Hernandez, Jose Becerra and Gladys Vidal
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  7. Microbial Steroids
    Rodrigo A. Mancilla, Roberto Pavez-Díaz and Alejandro Amoroso
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