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Abstract

ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES OF SOME EDIBLE MUSHROOMS: A REVIEW

Arvind K. Sharma*, Dr.A M Jana, Dr.Archana Srivastav, Dr.Madhu Gupta, SachinSharma, Sher Singh Gill

ABSTRACT

Pathogens are a common cause of morbidity and sometimes death in the world wide. In present scenario, occurrence of severe infection are marked by acute gastroenteritis, colitis, bloodstream infection, meningitis, joint infection, kidney failure, and other critical problems can be developed today, while many medical advances have been made to safeguard againstinfection by pathogens, through the vast use of antibiotics, and fungicide are threatened by the emergence of multi‑drug resistant pathogens that continue to intimidate human life so chemically synthesized antibiotics are no longer more effective . Mushrooms are superior nutritional supplement and attributed with magnificent medicinal values. The medicinal bioactive compounds present in mushroom includes: polysaccharides, lipopolysaccharides, proteins, peptides, glycoproteins, nucleosides, triterpenoids, lectins, lipids and their derivatives. The antimicrobial properties of certain mushrooms providehuman disease control that is generally safe and effective. Several mushrooms have demonstrated efficient antibacterial activity as well as antifungal activity against resistant human pathogens. The aim of current review is bring up to date the present status and to venture future prospects of edible mushrooms for their antimicrobialpotentiality. The presented information will give a new view to researchers for upgrading mushroomsfrom functional food to holistic mushroom medicine to encounter multi drug resistant pathogenic micro organisms.

Keywords: Mushroom: Bioactive metabolites: Antibacterial: antifungal.


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