• Chemistry
  • Published 2009

Anthraquinones from the Fungus Dermocybe sanguinea as Textile Dyes

@inproceedings{Risnen2009AnthraquinonesFT,
  title={Anthraquinones from the Fungus Dermocybe sanguinea as Textile Dyes},
  author={Riikka R{\"a}is{\"a}nen},
  year={2009}
}
This study is based on the multidiciplinary approach of using natural colorants as textile dyes. The author was interested in both the historical and traditional aspects of natural dyeing as well as the modern industrial applications of the pure natural compounds. In the study, the anthraquinone compounds were isolated as aglycones from the ectomycorrhizal fungus Dermocybe sanguinea. The endogenous -glucosidase of the fungus was used to catalyse the hydrolysis of the O-glycosyl linkage in… CONTINUE READING

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