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Yang QY, Yong SC, Yang XT. The physio-chemical characteristics of the polysaccharide-peptide (PSP) of Coriolus versicolor (Yun Zhi). In: Report on the polysaccharide-peptide (PSP) of Coriolus versicolor. 1987: pp1-6. Landford. China.

Liu WK, Ng TB, Sze SF, Tsui KW. Activation of peritoneal macrophages by polysaccharopeptide from the mushroom, Coriolus versicolor. Immunopharmacology 1993; 26: 139-146.

Dong Y, Kwan CY, ChenZN, Yang MMP. Antitumor effects of a refined polysaccharide peptide fraction isolated from Coriolus versicolor: in vitro and in vivo studies. Research communication in Molecular Pathology and Pharmacology 1996, 92(2): 140-148.

Yang QY, Yan P. Isolation of the polysaccharide components of PSP. J. Shanghai Teach. Univ. (Natural Sciences Ed) 1986; 4: 36.

Liu TF, Xue WC. Clinical implication of PSP in oncology. In: Recent Advances in Cancer, published by Cancer Research Group, CUHK, 1989: 57-62.

Li SM, Xu LZ. A study of anti-cancer effects of PSP and PSK on human tumor cell lines in vitro. Acta Acad. Med., Shanghai, 1987, 14: 23-24.

Zhou JX, Li XY, Shen XL. The anti-tumor and immunomodulating activity of PSP in mice. J. Shanghai Teach. Univ. (Natural Sciences Ed.) 1988, 3:72

Li SY, Wang JF. Immunomodulating actions of PSP. In: Recent Advances in Cancer, published by Cancer Research Group, CUHK, 1989: 45-56.

Li XY, Wang JF, Zhu PP, Ge JB, Yang SX. Immune enhancement of a polysaccharides peptides isolated from Coriolus versicolor. Acta Pharm. Sinica 1990, 11: 542-45.

Yang MMP, Chen ZN, Kwok JSL. The anti-tumor effect of a small polypeptide from coriolus versicolor. American J. Chinese Med. 1992, 20: 221-232.

Shiu WCT, Leung TWT, Tao M. A clinical study of PSP on peripheral blood counts during chemotherapy. Phytotherapy Res. 1992, 6: 217.

Xue WC, Liu TF. Clinical experience in the use of PSP. Cancer Hospital, Shanghai Medical University.

Sun ZY, et al. The preliminary appraisal of polysaccharide peptide (PSP) in malignant and non-malignant diseases. Shanghai Medical University

Zhou JX, Shen XL, Shen ZM, Li XY. Antitumor effect of polysaccharide peptide of Coriolus versicolor (PSP) and its mechanism. Department of Pharmacology, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academy of Science, Shanghai, China.

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