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Drug Discovery from Fungal Metabolites: Natural Resources, Problems and Strategies - Special Issue of Mycosystema (2011) No.2  Vol.30
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Drug Discovery from Fungal Metabolites: Natural Resources, Problems and Strategies - Special Issue of Mycosystema (2011) No.2 Vol.30
Language:  Chinese with English summary
Author:  Zheng Wei-Fa
Pub. Date:  2011-01 Weight:   kg ISBN:  
Format:  Soft Cover Pages:  p.152-p.365
Subject:  Botany > Mycology > General Fungi
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1.Drug discovery from fungal metabolites: a review of the papers in this monographical issue of Mycosystema concerned
with the natural resources, problems and strategies
2. Recent progresses in the studies of taxol and taxane-producing fungi
3. Recent research advances on endophytic fungi producing taxol
4. Cordycepin research and exploitation: progress and problems
5. Pharmacological research progress of cordycepin
6. Biosynthesis and fermentation control of polysaccharides from Ganoderma lucidum
7. Recent progress in the research on bioactive substances from fresh water fungi
8. A review on studies of secondary metabolites from marine fungi
9. Liquid culture conditions for promoting cordycepin secreted from Cordyceps militaris mycelia
10. A study on optimal fermentation of an endophytic fungus producing taxol
11. Cloning of a sterol 14α-demethylase gene and the effects of over-expression of the gene on
biological synthesis of triterpenes in Ganoderma lucidum
12. Effects of extracts from different phytomedicines on cell growth and intracellular triterpenoids
formation of Ganoderma lucidum in submerged fermentation
13. Producing huperzine A by an endophytic fungus from Huperzia serrata
14. Metabolites of endophytic fungus Pestalotiopsis clavispora isolated from the stem of Bruguiera sexangula
15. Purification, identification and antitumor activities of secondary metabolites from
marine fungus Eutypella scoparia FS26
16. Activity changes of several extracellular enzymes in liquid culture of Phellinus mori
17. Free radical scavenging activities of phenolic and flavonoid compounds from fruiting body of Phellinus vaninii
18. Inhibitory effects of Phellinus baumii polysaccharide on the proliferation and invasion of HepG2 cell
19. Optimization on determination of polyphenols from Inonotus obliquus by Folin-Ciocalteu colorimetry
20. Screening of the active fungal strains with high specificity to biotransform ginsenoside Rb1 into Rd
21. Differential expression of analgesic proteins in two Paecilomyces gunnii isolates
22. The gastric protective effects of Morchella conica on the ethanol- induced gastric mucosal lesion in rats
23. Effect of Morchella conica mycelial water extract on experimental gastric ulcer
24. Analysis of antioxidant components of Grifola frondosa solid fermented substrates
25. Compositions and antioxidant activities of soybean substrate during solid-state fermentation by Cordyceps militaris
26. Effects of Eurotium cristatum on tea quality and antioxidant activity
27. Anti-obesity function of naturally and artificially Eurotium cristatum-fermented "fu" brick tea
28. Antioxidant activities of extracts from the physically modified fruiting bodies of Agrocybe cylindracea in vitro
29. Chemical constituents from basidiocarps of Phellinus baumii

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