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Introduction

Phellinus linteus is an orange-colored mushroom which grows on mulberry trees. It is well-known as a folk medicine for its health promoting effects.

Safety Profile

  • Freeze-dried whole broth/mycelium powder
  • OEM and ODM welcome
  • Customerized formulas available

Significance

Structure

Specificationse

Appearance Powder form
Colour Light yellow
Moisture ≤ 5%
Polysaccharide ≥ 10%
Total Plate Count (TPC) ≤ 1×104 cfu/g
Coliform Negative
Staphylococcus aureue Negative
Salmonella Negative
Lead (Pb) ≤ 1.0 ppm
Arsenic (As) ≤ 1.0 ppm
Mercury (Hg) ? 0.5 ppm
Cadmium (Cd) ?0.5 ppm
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Reference

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2 Choi, K. H ., Lee, C. W. (2000). Submerged culture of phellinus linteus in a stirred tank and an airlift fermenter. Journal of Korean Inst Chemistry Engineering 38:310-315
3 Fang, Q. H., Zhong, J. J. (2002). Effect of initial pH on production of ganoderic acid and polysaccharide by submerged fermentation of Ganoderma lucidum. Process Biochemistry 37:769–74.
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5 Han, S. B., Lee ,C. W., Jeon, Y. J ., Hong, N. D., Yoo, I. D.,Yang ,K. H., Kim, H. M. (1999). The hibitory effect of polysaccharides isolated from Phellinu linteus on tumor growth and metastasis.Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology 41:157–16
6 Han, S. B., Lee, C. W ., Jeon, Y. J., Hong, N. D., Yoo, I. D., Yang, K. H., Kim, H.M. (1999). The inhibitory effect of polysaccharides isolated from Phellinus linteus on tumor growth and metastasis. Immunopharmacology 41:157-64.
7 Han, S. B., Lee, C. W., Kang, J. S., Yoon, Y. D., Lee, K. H., Song-Kyu, K. L., Kim, H. M. (2006). Acidic polysaccharide from Phellinus linteus inhibits melanoma cell metastasis by blocking cell adhesion and invasion.International Immunopharmacology 6:697– 702
8 Production and molecular characteristics of four groups of exopolysaccharides from submerged culture of Phellinus gilvus. Journal of Applied Microbiology 94:708–719
9 Hwang, H. J., Kim, S. W., Choi, J. W., Yun, J. W. (2003). Production and characterization of exopolysaccharides from submerged culture of Phellinus linteus KCTC 6190. Enzyme and Microbial Technology 33:309–319
10 Hwang, H. J., Kim, S. W., Xu, C. P., Choi, J. W.,Yun, J. W. (2004). Morphological and rheological properties of the three different species of basidiomycetes Phellinus in submergedcultures. Journal of Applied Microbiology 96:1296–1305
11 Hwang, H. J., Kim, S. W ., Lim, J. M., Joo, J. H., Kim, H. O., Kim, H. M., YunT ,J. W. (2005). Hypoglycemic effect of crude exopolysaccharides produced by a medicinal mushroom Phellinus baumii in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.Life Sciences 76:3069–3080
12 Kima, S. H., Song, Y. S., Kim, S. K., Kim, B. C., Lim, C. J., Park, E. H. (2004). Anti-inflammatory and related pharmacological activities of the n-BuOH subfraction of mushroom Phellinus linteus.Journal of Ethnopharmacology 93:141–146
13 Kima, G. Y., Choia, G. S., Leeb, S. H., Parka, Y. M. (2004). Acidic polysaccharide isolated from Phellinus linteus enhances through the up-regulation of nitric oxide and tumor necrosis factor- from peritoneal macrophages. Journal of ethnopharmacology 95:69-76
14 Kim, G. Y., Choi, G. S., Lee, S. H., Park, Y. M. (2004). Acidic polysaccharide isolated from Phellinus linteus enhances through the up-regulation of nitric oxide and tumor necrosis factor from peritoneal macrophages.Journal of Ethnopharmacology 95:69–76
15 Kim, H. M., Han, S. B., Oh, G. T., Kim, Y. H., Hong, D. H., Hong, N. D., Yoo, I. D. (1996). Stimulation of humoral and cell mediated immunity by polysaccharide from mushroom Phellinus linteus. Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology 18:296-303