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Four mushroom and two lichen species were collected from selected forests in north-central British Columbia and screened for anti-proliferative and immuno-stimulatory activities. All species investigated were immuno-stimulatory with the strongest activity found in the hot water extracts of Laetiporus sp. and Phaeolepiota aurea. Anti-proliferative activity was primarily seen in the ethanol extracts of Laetiporus sp., P. aurea, Letharia vulpina, Vulpicida canadensis, and Hydnellum diabolus. Usingdoi:10.24124/2018/58865 fatcat:pz7iqcwk6rey7n76tueja4nzcq