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[#2009-16] Anti-oxidative effects of Phe...

Anti-oxidative effects of Phellinus linteus and red ginseng extracts on oxidative stress-induced DNA damage Byung-Jae Park, Yeong-Seok Lim, Hee-Jung Lee, Won Sik Eum, Jinseu Park, Kyu Hyung Han, Soo Young Choi& Kil Soo Lee Anti-oxidative effect of Phellinus linteus ( Meshima ) and red ginseng extracts on DNA damage induced by reactive oxygen species (ROS) were investigated in this study. P. linteus (PLE) and red ginseng extracts (RGE) inhibited the breaking of E. con CoIE1 plasmid DNA strands as well as nuclear DNA of it hepatocytes damaged by oxidative stress. In...
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[#2008-15] Meshima (Phellinus linteus) ...

 Meshima (Phellinus linteus) suppresses growth, angiogenesis and invasive behaviour of breast cancer cells through the inhibition of AKT signalling D Sliva1,2‘3, A Jedinak’, J Kawasaki, K Harvey’ and V Slivova’ 1Cancer Research Laboratory, Methodist Research Institute 2Department of Medicine, Indiana University 3lndiana University Simon Cancer Center, School of Medicine, Indiana University The antitumour activity of a medicinal meshima mushroom Phellinus linteus (PL), through the stimulation of immune system or the induction of apoptosis, has been...
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[#2007-12] Meshima Matsuba, Shintaro et...

Phellinus linteus is a fungus distributed throughout Japan, Korea and China. Boiled watersoluble extracts from P. linteus (PLW) have shown anti-tumor and immunomodulatory properties in experiments done by intraperitoneal treatment, or in in vitro cell cultures. This is the first investigation on how oral administration of PLW influences immune responses. Here, we established immunodeficient mice by mitomycin C (MMC) and then researched how PLW influenced plaque-forming cell (PFC) production and populations of cytokine [interferon-(IFNg-) and interleukin-4...
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[#2006-07] Meshima: Kojima, Hiroyuki et ...

A Case of Spontaneous Regression of Hepatocellular Carcinoma with Multiple Lung Metastases Hiroyuki Kojima, Noboru Tanigawa, Shuji Kariya, Atsushi Komemushi, Yuzo Shomura, Satoshi Sawada, Eitatsu Arai, and Yoshiro Yokota Spontaneous regression of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a rare phenomenon. We present herein the case of a patient with hepatocellular carcinoma with multiple lung metastases in whom malignancy spontaneously regressed after taking Meshima (Phellinus linteus Mycelium). A 79­year-old man consulted our hospital complaining of epigastric discomfort....