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 In the world's largest electronic medical database maintained by the U.S. government, "MEDLINE" in 2013 there were 115 scientific articles on  topic "Medicinal Mushroomsand Cancer", 489 articles  on  topic  "Medicinal mushrooms". Number of  scientific articles published on  most popular medicinal mushrooms:  Ganoderma Lucidum  (Reishi) 921, Coriolus Versicolor 302, Cordyceps Sinensis 807,  Agaricus Blazei 211,  Lentinula Edodes (Shiitake) 502, Grifola Frondosa (Maitake) 244

 







Cancer Research UK
- "Medicinal Mushrooms": Their therapeutic properties and current medical usage with special emphasis on cancer treatments:

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[PDF] Hybridization of Cordyceps sinensis and Quality Analysis - An article on Aloha Medicinals Cordyceps from the "International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms"

[PDF] On The Trail of the Yak - Most complete article yet on Cordyceps

News Release on Aloha Medicinals Cordyceps

[PDF] Immuno-modulating and Anti-tumor compounds from Medicinal Mushrooms by Dr. Solomon Wasser

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Cancer Research UK: Medicinal Mushrooms: Their therapeutic properties and current medical usage with special emphasis on cancer treatments:

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Table of Contents  (PDF 8.87 kb)

Preamble (PDF 15.5)

Chapter 1 - Introduction (PDF 36.3 kg)

Chapter 2 - The Nature of Fungi with Special Emphasis on Mushrooms  (PDF 1.41 mb)

Chapter 3a - Medicinally Important Mushrooms Part 1  (PDF 8.12 mb)

Chapter 3b - Medicinally Important Mushrooms Part 2  (PDF 8.75)

Chapter 3c - Medicinally Important Mushrooms Part 3  (PDF 8.33)

Chapter 4 - Technology of Mushroom Cultivation (PDF 338 kg)

Chapter 5 - Extraction, Development and Chemistry of Anti-Cancer Compounds from Medicinal Mushrooms (PDF 399 kg)

Chapter 6 - Immunomodulatory Activities of  Mushroom Glucans and Polysaccharide-Protein Complexes in Animals and Humans (PDF 216 kg)

Chapter 7 - The Role of Polysaccharides Derived from Medicinal Mushrooms in Cancer (PDF 133 kg)

Chapter 8 - Additional Medicinal Properties (PDF 84.2 kg)

Chapter 9 - Regulatory and Safety Criteria (PDF 67.8 kg)

Chapter 10 - Conclusions(PDF 49.5 kg)

Appendix 1 - Overview of Human Immune System (PDF 603 kg)

Appendix 2 - Standard Antitumor Activity Test (PDF 12.7 kg)

Appendix 3 - Medicinal Mushrooms and Cancer Prevention (PDF 17.0 kg)

Author Biographies (PDF 21.6 kg)

Executive Summary (PDF 32.7 kg)

Acknowledgment (PDF 6.89 kg)

Front Cover (PDF 6.17 kg)

Back Cover (PDF 26.29 kg)

Purpose of this published study is scientific information and education, it should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. This website is designed for general education and information purposes only and does not substitute for professional medical advice, examination, diagnosis or treatment.


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Cordyceps Sinensis:

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  4. Xu F, et al. Amelioration of cyclosporin nephrotoxicity by Cordyceps sinensis in kidney-transplant recipients. Nephrol Dial Transplant 1995;10:142-3.
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Coriolus Versicolor
 

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Agaricus Blazei
 

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    7. Ahn WS, Kim DJ, Chae GT, et al. Natural killer cell activity and quality of life were improved by consumption of a mushroom extract, Agaricus blazei Murill Kyowa, in gynecological cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Int J Gynecol Cancer. Jul-Aug 2004;14(4):589-594.
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    10. Kim YW, Kim KH, Choi HJ, et al. Anti-diabetic activity of beta-glucans and their enzymatically hydrolyzed oligosaccharides from Agaricus blazei. Biotechnol Lett. Apr 2005;27(7):483-487.
    11. Hsu CH, Liao YL, Lin SC, et al. The mushroom Agaricus Blazei Murill in combination with metformin and gliclazide improves insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes: a randomized, double-blinded, and placebo-controlled clinical trial. J Altern Complement Med. Jan-Feb 2007;13(1):97-102.
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    13. Hsu CH, Hwang KC, Chiang YH, et al. The mushroom Agaricus blazei Murill extract normalizes liver function in patients with chronic hepatitis B. J Altern Complement Med. Apr 2008;14(3):299-301.
    14. Mukai H, Watanabe T, Ando M, et al. An alternative medicine, Agaricus blazei, may have induced severe hepatic dysfunction in cancer patients. Jpn J Clin Oncol. Dec 2006;36(12):808-810.
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    16. Dong S, Furutani Y, Suto Y, et al. Estrogen-like activity and dual roles in cell signaling of an Agaricus blazei Murrill mycelia-dikaryon extract. Microbiol Res. Oct 17 2011.
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    19. Gao L, Sun Y, Chen C, et al. Primary mechanism of apoptosis induction in a leukemia cell line by fraction FA-2-b-ss prepared from the mushroom Agaricus blazei Murill. Braz J Med Biol Res. Nov 2007;40(11):1545-1555.
    20. Jin CY, Moon DO, Choi YH, et al. Bcl-2 and caspase-3 are major regulators in Agaricus blazei-induced human leukemic U937 cell apoptosis through dephoshorylation of Akt. Biol Pharm Bull. Aug 2007;30(8):1432-1437.
    21. Su ZY, Tung YC, Hwang LS, et al. Blazeispirol A from Agaricus blazei fermentation product induces cell death in human hepatoma Hep 3B cells through caspase-dependent and caspase-independent pathways. J Agric Food Chem. May 11 2011;59(9):5109-5116.
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    24. Lee JS, Hong EK. Agaricus blazei Murill enhances doxorubicin-induced apoptosis in human hepatocellular carcinoma cells by NFκB-mediated increase of intracellular doxorubicin accumulation. Int J Oncol. 2011 Feb;38(2):401-8.

    25. Lima CU, Souza VC, Morita MC, Chiarello MD, Karnikowski MG. Agaricus blazei Murrill and inflammatory mediators in elderly women: a randomized clinical trial. Scand J Immunol. 2012 Mar;75(3):336-41.


    Inonotus Obliquus /Chaga/
     

    1. ^ "Inonotus obliquus (Ach. ex Pers.) Pilát 1942". MycoBank. International Mycological Association. Retrieved 2011-10-11.
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