The most widely recognized mushroom: Chemistry of the genus Amanita
Li, C., & Oberlies, N. (2005). The most widely recognized mushroom: Chemistry of the genus Amanita. Life Sciences, 78(5), 532-538.
Many review papers have been published on mushrooms of the genus Amanita, as these are well known to both scientific and lay audiences, probably due to the toxic and/or hallucinogenic properties of some species. This article aims to supplement the content of previous reviews by categorizing all of the natural products isolated from any species in the genus Amanita. These compounds are subdivided into six major structural types, and references are provided for all species that have been examined chemically. (c) 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved