Lentinula edodes-derived polysaccharide rejuvenates mice in terms of immune responses and gut microbiota.

@article{Xu2015LentinulaEP,
  title={Lentinula edodes-derived polysaccharide rejuvenates mice in terms of immune responses and gut microbiota.},
  author={Xiaofei Xu and Jiguo Yang and Zheng-xiang Ning and Xuewu Zhang},
  journal={Food \& function},
  year={2015},
  volume={6 8},
  pages={
          2653-63
        }
}
Aging is characterized by impaired immunity and unbalanced gut microbiota. Prebiotics have the capability to prevent or reverse age-related declines in health by modulating gut microbiota. Mushroom polysaccharides have been suggested to be potential prebiotics. However, their effects on the immunity and gut microbiota in aged mice have not been determined. This study firstly assessed the effects of a heteropolysaccharide L2 isolated from the fruit body of L. edodes on the immune response of… Expand

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