Mycoremediation, an aspect of bioremediation, has been investigated for some decades. However, there seems to be little progress on its commercial application to petroleum-contaminated soils despite some promising outcomes. In this review, mycoremediation is examined to identify development, limitations and
Grifola Frondosa, the king of mushrooms, is one of the most valued traditional medicines, and has been used as health food for a long time in China, Japan, and other Asian countries. The present study was designed to evaluate the immune-modulating effects of water-soluble polysaccharides from Grifola Frondos
trans-Trismethoxy resveratrol (TMR) is a methyl analog of resveratrol. It is found to exhibit enhanced biological effects compared to resveratrol, such as inhibition of cancer cell growth and pro-apoptotic activities. However, the role of TMR in lipid metabolism is not fully understood. In this stud
Diabetic osteoporosis (DOP) is a systemic, metabolic bone disease, characterized by bone mineral density (BMD) reduction and bone microarchitectural deterioration. Although anthocyanin-rich extract from black rice (AEBR) was reported having benefit effect on diabetic rats, no studies on the effect of AEBR ad
The Superconductivity Research Center of the Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI, President Gyu-ha Choe) has developed a superconducting insulation technology that can significantly reduce the size and weight of medical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment.
The catalyst, reagent, and additive free protocol with 100% atom economy has been developed for the synthesis of diarylmethyl phosphosphine oxides via 1,6-hydrophosphonylation of p-quinone methides using water as a green solvent. The reaction showed broad scope with excellent functional group tolerance. The Synthetic methodology in OBC