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Mushroom Science and Biotechnology
In this study, for the purpose of developing a functional post-fermented tea characterized by excellent bioactivity and palatability, we prepared post-fermented tea using Schizophyllum commune (NBRC4928) fermentation. Post-fermented tea produced using S. commune contained high polyphenol contents, such as catechins, and showed high antioxidative activity. Moreover, decreased epicatechin gallate (ECg) and epigallocatechin gailate (EGCg) levels and increased epigllocatehin (EGC) level weredoi:10.24465/msb.25.2_66 fatcat:ytqnjnsd5fc4zodi7n6houtwuy