Proteomes - Hypsizygus marmoreus (White beech mushroom) (Agaricus marmoreus)
Shimeji Mushroom Hypsizygus marmoreus. A superb little mushroom the hon–shimeji or hatake-shimeji mushrooms. Which are uncommon outside of Japan. Proshow producer styles pack free. Both organic and conventionally grown shimeji mushrooms are widely.
|Taxonomy||39966 - Hypsizygus marmoreus|
|Last modified||December 21, 2020|
|GCA_001605315.2 from ENA/EMBL full|
Hypsizygus marmoreus (white beech mushroom) also known as bunashimeji and hon-shimeji, is an industrialized edible mushroom that is widely cultivated in East Asia. It serves as a useful model to study developmental process such as morphogenesis of non-model mushrooms. Hypsizygus marmoreus is associated with multiple medicinal properties. It is linked with reducing triglycerides concentration and also with showing anti-atherosclerotic properties in model organisms. Certain compounds such as ergosterol, proteins and polysaccharides derived from Hypsizygus marmoreus have been shown to inhibit inflammatory processes and have antitumor and antioxidant capacities.
- 'Whole genome sequencing of Hypsizygus marmoreus.'
Choi I.-G., Min B., Kim J.-G., Kim S., Oh Y.-L., Kong W.-S., Park H., Jeong J., Song E.-S.
Submitted (APR-2018) to the EMBL/GenBank/DDBJ databases