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Lycium barbarum and Ganoderma lucidum, highly valued Chinese medicinal fruit and mushroom, have attracted more and more attention because of the antitumour activities they have shown, and polysaccharides are considered their most important functional constituent. Forming new compounds of L. barbarum polysaccharides, isolated from dried L. barbarum fruits, and G. lucidum polysaccharides, derived from a submerged culture of G. lucidum, has been investigated in this paper. Our data illustrate thatdoaj:e27605289e6a4d8d8d368d9c6d7a2173 fatcat:aw7vt3ebhrhmtdhbafkb6dizb4