Polysaccharides of lichens and their sulfated derivatives: Antiviral activity

@article{Stepanenko1998PolysaccharidesOL,
  title={Polysaccharides of lichens and their sulfated derivatives: Antiviral activity},
  author={Ljudmila S. Stepanenko and O. B. Maksimov and Sergey A. Fedoreev and G. G. Miller},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={1998},
  volume={34},
  pages={337-338}
}
In recent decades, the chemistry of sulfated polysaccharides has aroused great interest because of the detection of activity against various pathogenic viruses of which the most dangerous at the present time is the human immunodeficiency virus HIV. Our attention has been attracted to a report of the production of an active sulfated polysaccharide from the lichen Umbilicaria esculenta (Miyoshi) Minks (GE-3S, S = 13.6%) which exhibited considerable anti-HIV activity [1]. We have used the… CONTINUE READING

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