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Advancements in Bioequivalence & Bioavailability

Bioflavonoids of Mushroom: A potent Anticlastrogen

Submission: December 06, 2018; Published: January 23, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/ABB.2019.02.000536

ISSN : 2640-9275
Volume2 Issue3


A clastogen is a process in which breakage of chromosomes had done by oxidation. Carcinogenesis can be induced by this form of mutagenesis, as cells may become cancerous that are not killed by the clastogenic effect. In this review study we can find out the anticlastogenic effect of different flavonoids from different types of edible mushroom. By the help of review study, we can suggest that most of the mushrooms showed antioxidant and antimicrobial activities in several ways. By the help of antioxidant nature of mushroom, we can inhibit the oxidation process in mammalian cell in vivo condition. From the above research prospect, we get some statistical value which shows the chromosome aberration from that result we can suggest how much capability has a mushroom as anticlastogenic on mammalian cell. Though we can suggest mushroom as a possible medicine for cancer cell or oxidative cell of mammalian.

Keywords: Edible mushroom extract; Antioxidant activity; Clastogenic effect on Mammalian Cel

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