Antiviral Potency of Mushroom Constituents

@article{Pradeep2019AntiviralPO,
  title={Antiviral Potency of Mushroom Constituents},
  author={Prabin Pradeep and Vidya Manju and Mohammad Feraz Ahsan},
  journal={Medicinal Mushrooms},
  year={2019}
}
Mushrooms have various bioactive compounds, which have anticancer, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory compounds. The limitation of natural antiviral compounds in the market and the viruses becoming resistant to currently available antivirals warranted the need for new antivirals with fewer side effects. Although many different compounds from various mushrooms (both edible and nonedible) have been isolated and shown to have antiviral effects, successful… 
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