Hello again. Thany you very much for your interest.
First, sorry for my weak english. I'm spanish and I'm 26.
I'm studying to obtain the doctoral thesis and, as I said you, I'm working
in preclinic pharmacokinetics of a new inhibitor of topoisomerase I like
To learn and write about the begginig of the discovery of camptothecin I
have reading a lot of reviews:
Decaisne J., (1873) Caracteres et descriptions de trois genres nouveaux de
plantes recueilles en Chine par l'abbe A. David. Soc. Bot. De France Bul.
20, pp. 155-160
Wall M. E., Wani M. C., Cook C. E., Palmer K. H., McPhail A. T., Sim G. A.,
(1966) Plant antitumors agents. I. The isolation and structure of
camptothecin, a novel alkaloidal leukemia and tumor inhibitor from
Camptotheca acuminata. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 88:3888-90
and I have found:
Perdue Jr R. E., Smith R. L., Wall M. E., Hartwell J. L., Abbot B. J.,
Camptotheca acuminata Decaisne (Nyssaceae). Source of camptothecin, an
antileukemic alkaloid, Technical Bulletin 1415, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Belsville, Maryland.
I have a copy of this one but I need, if it was possible, the original or
the pictures that appear in it (in colour).
I have pictures of Camptotheca acuminata, yet, but these ones, although are
in colour they are not very clear.
The "white and black" pictures that appear in last review, are very big and
very clear, for me.
So I would need the next 4 pictures (colour, big and clear):
a) The photography of all Camptotheca acuminata tree
b) The photography of a branch of Camptotheca acuminata with terminal mature
c) The photography of a branch of Camptotheca acuminata with inflorescences
in flower and early fruit
d) The photography of a mature inflorescence of Camptotheca acuminata
De: Dr.Abhay Shendye <abt at pn3.vsnl.net.in>
Para: David Basart <dbasarca7 at docd4.ub.edu>
Fecha: sábado, 07 de octubre de 2000 06:09
Asunto: Re: Help for source of Camptotheca
>Don't know about the review you have mensioned.
>Can you specify what are the 4 photographs?
>Lots of photos (including that of C. accuminata) are available on the net.
>>We are producing camptothecin from Mappia foetida. At present we are
>on two levels:
>Plantation as well as extraction - purification.
>>If you feal we can interact in a mutually beneficial way, please me know.
>>Dr Abhay Shendye
>---- Original Message -----
>From: David Basart <dbasarca7 at docd4.ub.edu>
>To: <plantbio at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk>
>Sent: Friday, October 06, 2000 10:53 PM
>Subject: Help for source of Camptotheca
>>>> Hello, good day for all !!!!!!
>> I'm student and I'm studying to graduate for doctoral thesis in the
>> phaculty in Barcelona (Spain). I'm working with a molecule derived of
>> camptothecine (Camptotheca acuminata), that is a inhibitor of
>>>> I have a copy of a review edited in 1970: Perdue Jr R. E., Smith R. L.,
>> M. E., Hartwell J. L., Abbot B. J., Camptotheca acuminata Decaisne
>> (Nyssaceae). Source of camptothecin, an antileukemic alkaloid, Technical
>> Bulletin 1415, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Belsville, Maryland.
>>>> My question is as follows:
>> Is there anybody that know about this review ?????
>> Do you know if somebody can have it ??????
>> Which possibilty exists that I can get the original copy of this review
>> Is there anybody can send me by e-mail the 4 pictures that appear in this
>> review ???????
>>>> IS IT POSSIBLE ???????
>>>> Thank you very much to all for your attention.