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THE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS IN MUSHROOMS: POLYSACCHARIDES

Mushrooms and plants are composed of polysaccharides, which are long-chain molecules constructed from sugar units (poly means “many,” saccharide means “sugar”). 

How the polysaccharides arrange themselves into structural units and how they bind together to determine what compounds they form. 


THE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS IN MUSHROOMS: POLYSACCHARIDES


For example, cellulose, the cell wall material in plants, represents a particular configuration of polysaccharides. 

Chitin, the cell wall material in mushrooms (as well as insects, shrimp, and sponges), represents a different configuration.

Polysaccharides present the highest capacity for carrying biological information since they have the greatest potential for structural variability.

The amino acids in proteins and the nucleotides in nucleic acids can interconnect in only one way, while the monosaccharide units in polysaccharides can interconnect at several points to form a wide variety of structures.

As a consequence, this variability in polysaccharide structure allows for the flexibility necessary for precise regulatory mechanisms to affect cell-cell interactions in the human body.


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