Glossary of Terms

Glossary of Terms

  • alcohol extraction: Extraction using ethanol as solvant
  • alpha-glucan: Polymer of D-glucose by α-glycosidic linkages
  • Amycenone®: A Lion’s Mane fruiting body extract containing amyloban and hericenones made by patented method
  • amyloban: A patented fraction extracted from Lion’s Mane fruiting body that supports healthy brain function
  • Beta-glucan: Polymers of D-glucose by β-glycosidic linkages
  • Carbohydrates: Organic compounds consisting of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen
  • CS-4: A farmous and well-studied Cordyceps strain
  • D-Fraction: A water-soluble protein-bound β-1,3/ β -1,6-glucans extracted from Maitake
  • DLPE (1,2-Dilauroyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphoethanolamine): A phosphatidylethanolamine derivative extracted from Lion’s Mane fruiting body
  • Double extract: A blended extract composed of the ethanol extract and hot-water extract of mushroom fruiting body
  • erinacines: A group of compounds isolated from Lion’s Mane Mycelium
  • Extract blend: A blended extract composed of the how-water extract and powder of mushroom fruiting body
  • Fruiting body: Portion of mushroom grown outside medium
  • glycoprotein: Saccharide-binding protein
  • GXM (glucuronoxylomannan): An acidic polysaccharide extracted from Tremella
  • hericenones: A group of compounds isolated from Lion’s Mane fruiting body that supports healthy brain function
  • hot-water extraction: Extraction using hot-water as solvant
  • mycelium: Portion of mushroom grown inside medium
  • PL-fraction: A water-soluble extract of Meshima mushroom
  • Polysaccharides: Polymers composed of more than 10 monosaccharide units by glycosidic linkages
  • proteoglucan: Protein-bound glucan
  • sclerotium: Compact aggregate of fungal filamentous structure
  • starch: Polymer of D-glucose by α-1,4-glycosidic linkages
  • SX-Fraction: A water-soluble glycoprotein extracted from Maitake

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