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  • When I was invited to write this book, little did I know the odyssey upon which I was about to embark. This is the first book to investigate and synthesize scientific data about psychoactive herbs relevant to the specialty of veterinary behavior. Many of the herbs discussed have impressive proof to substantiate their use; others, less so; some have no proof at all, at least not yet. Let us not forget the many mainstream medicines that are plant derived (e.g.

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  • Lentinula edodes, known as ‘‘shiitake’’ is one of the widely used medicinal mushrooms in the Orient. Antitumour activity of extracts of this mushroom has been widely demonstrated in animals and humans. However, this activity was shown to be host mediated and not by direct cytotoxic activity to cancer cells. This study demonstrates cytotoxic and cell growth inhibitory (cytostatic) effect of aqueous extracts of the mushroom on MCF-7 human breast adenocarcinoma cell line using an MTT cytotoxicity assay.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: An extract of the medicinal mushroom Agaricus blazei Murill can protect against allergy...

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  • Do you want to grow mushrooms? There are plenty of reasons to do so. Mushrooms are a good cash crop; they are rather easy to grow and are brimming with protein, B vitamins and minerals. They even have medicinal properties. Time between spawning and harvesting can be as short as three weeks. Furthermore, after the cultivation, you can still use the substrate as a good soil conditioner. This Agrodok gives you detailed information on the cultivation of oyster, shiitake and wood ear mushrooms.

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  • The mushroom is the fruiting body of the macrofungi. Approximately 14,000 described species of fungi produce fruiting bodies that are large enough to be considered mushrooms using our definition, which states that “the mushroom is a macrofungus with a distinctive fruiting body that can be either epigeous (aboveground) or hypogeous (underground) and large enough to be seen with the naked eye and to be picked by hand.” According to this definition, in contrast to other definitions, mushrooms can be Ascomycetes, grow underground, have a nonfleshy texture, and need not be edible.

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  • Objective of topic To conduct research on some biological characters of strains of King Oyster and Yunzhi mushrooms to identify best developing strains in climatic condition of Vietnam, and at the same time, to set up spawn production technologies for mushroom strains of liquid spawn in order to improve production efficiency for edible and medicinal mushrooms

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  • Antimicrobial properties of shiitake mushrooms (Lentinula edodes) Sir, The shiitake mushroom, Lentinula edodes (Berk.) Sing, is a culinary delicacy and has traditionally been used as medicine in Asia dating back over 2000 years. Shiitake mushrooms contain protein, lipids (primarily linoleic acid), carbohydrates, fibre, minerals, vitamins B1, B2 and C, and ergosterol, the D provitamin [1].

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  • Antibiotic agents have been in widespread and largely effective therapeutic use since their discovery in the 20th century. However, the emergence of multi-drug resistant pathogens now presents an increasing global challenge to both human and veterinary medicine. It is now widely acknowledged that there is a need to develop novel antimicrobial agents to minimize the threat of further antimicrobial resistance.

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  • The use of complementary medicine has mushroomed over the last decade. Along with the increased popularity there’s been an increase in the number of practitioners who practise complementary therapies either as their primary discipline or as a ‘complement’ to their own discipline, such as nursing or medicine. With an increasing acceptance by the public and by mainstream healthcare professionals, practitioners of complementary medicine are being asked to provide evidence of the effectiveness and safety of their therapies.

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  • The chemical structure of lipid A from the lipopolysaccha-ride of the mushroom-associated bacterium Pseudomonas reactans,a pathogen of cultivated mushroom, was elucida-ted by compositional analysis and spectroscopic methods (MALDI-TOF and two-dimensional NMR). The sugar backbone was composed of theb-(1¢fi6)-linkedD-gluco-samine disaccharide 1-phosphate.

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  • We have isolated a laccase (lac1) from culture fluid ofVol-variella volvacea, grown in a defined medium containing 150lMCuSO4 , by ion-exchange and gel filtration chroma-tography. Lac1 has a molecular mass of 58 kDa as deter-mined by SDS/PAGE and an isoelectric point of 3.7. Degenerate primers based on the N-terminal sequence of purified lac1 and a conserved copper-binding domain were used to generate cDNA fragments encoding a portion of the lac1 protein and RACE was used to obtain full-length cDNA clones. ...

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  • Ostreolysin is a 16-kDa cytolytic protein specifically expressed in primordia and fruiting bodies of the edible mushroomPleurotus ostreatus.Tounderstand its interaction with lipid membranes,we compared its effects on mamma-lian cells,on vesicles preparedwith either pure lipids or total lipid extracts,and on dispersions of lysophospholipids or fatty acids.

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  • Novel biotin-binding proteins, referred to herein as tamavidin 1 and tamavidin 2, were found in a basidiomycete fungus, Pleurotus cornucopiae, known as the Tamogitake mushroom. These are the first avidin-like proteins to be discovered in organisms other than birds and bacteria.

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  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis glutamyl–tRNA synthetase (Mt-GluRS), encoded by Rv2992c, was overproduced inEscherichia colicells, and puri-fied to homogeneity. It was found to be similar to the other well-character-ized GluRS, especially the E. colienzyme, with respect to the requirement for bound tRNA Glu to produce the glutamyl-AMP intermediate, and the steady-state kinetic parameterskcat (130 min )1 ) and KMfor tRNA (0.7 lm) and ATP (78lm), but to differ by a one order of magnitude higher KM value forl-Glu (2.7 mm). ...

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