Roslan, Decolouization Capabilities of Ligninolytic Enzymes Produced by Marasmius
cladophyllus UMAS MS8 on Remazol Brilliant Blue R and Other Azo Dyes, BioMed Res.
androsaceus (MAE), a medicinal fungus, shows various pharmacodynamic activities, especially for treating pain-related diseases (14).
hispidum endophytes belonging to the genera Bipolaris, Colletotrichum, Diaporthe, Phoma, Phyllosticta, Marasmius
, Phlebia and Schizophyllum.
Similar reports were given: 31[degrees]C was the optimum temperature for laccase production in Marasmius
Biochemical and molecular characterization of a laccase from Marasmius
[[double dagger], NR] Macrolepiotaprocera (Scop.) Singer [[dagger], [double dagger]] Marasmiellus Candidus (Fr.) Singer [[dagger]] Marasmiellus papillatus (Peck) Redhead & Halling [[double dagger], NR] Marasmiellus vaillantii (Pers.) Singer [[double dagger], NR] Marasmius
armeniacus Gilliam [[double dagger], NR] Marasmius
capillaris Morgan [[dagger], [double dagger]] Marasmius
cohaerens (Pers.) Cooke & Quel, [[dagger], [double dagger]] Marasmius
Lectins from Coprinopsis cinerea, Aleuria aurantia, and Laccaria bicolor showed larvistatic effect on Haemonchus contortus (Barber's pole worm), resulting in arresting at L1 phase; the lectin from Marasmius
oreades promoted larval death .
We have previously reported on the successful isolation of an endophytic fungus Marasmius
cladophyllus UMAS MS8 that was able to decolourise several synthetic dyes including RBBR on both solid and liquid mediums .
These very common, easy-to-recognize edible mushrooms include field mushrooms (Agaricus sps.), inky caps (Coprinus sps.), fairy rings (Marasmius
oreades), chantrelles, Boletus edulis, chicken-of-the-woods, and a few others.
Los generos mas ricos en especies son Amanita (4), Inocybe (4), Russula (4), Auricularia (3), Marasmius
(3), Ganoderma (3) y Hexagonia (3).
Las senderuelas (Marasmius
oreades), tambien muy apreciadas, se encuentran todo el ano desecadas como las de la foto, que ya estan rehidratadas de nuevo.
The water-soluble lyophilized oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) concentrate (OMC) exhibited anti-inflammatory properties through the inhibition transcription factors NF-[kappa]B and AP-1  while water soluble (1->3)-, (1-4)-[beta]-D-glucans from Collybia dryophila, Lentinus edodes, and Marasmius
oreades demonstrated similar activity through the inhibition of nitric oxide (NO) production in activated macrophages .