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Fungal Bioactive Compounds with Antiviral Effect

@inproceedings{Tamara2015FungalBC,
  title={Fungal Bioactive Compounds with Antiviral Effect},
  author={Tamara and Teplyakova and Tatiana and Kosogova},
  year={2015}
}
Basidial fungi have long been known as sources of antitumor compounds such as polysaccharides. Studies conducted by scientists from different countries demonstrate that polysaccharides and other fungal compounds (proteins, glycoproteins, terpenoids, melanins, nucleosides, etc.) exhibit antiviral activity against many viruses pathogenic for humans. The review presents data on the studied antiviral activities of higher basidial fungi against herpes, West Nile, influenza, human immunodeficiency… Expand
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