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 Pharmaceutical preparations containing extracts of Iceland moss are used to treat hoarseness and dryness of the mucosa of mouth and throat, pharyngitis,​ laryngitis, and dry cough in acute and chronic bronchitis. ​ Pharmaceutical preparations containing extracts of Iceland moss are used to treat hoarseness and dryness of the mucosa of mouth and throat, pharyngitis,​ laryngitis, and dry cough in acute and chronic bronchitis. ​
  
-Polyketide synthesis in C.islandica leads to protocetraric acid, fumarprotocetraric acid, confumarprotocetraric acid, succin-protocetraric acid (protolichesterinic acid). Lichens produce also polysaccharides in considerable amounts. " ... lichen glucans are linear polymers of glucosyl units connected by a variety of O-glycosidic linkages and are classified into β-glucans... Lichenan is a cold-water-insoluble,​ linear (1->​3)-(1->​4)-β-glucan with a linkage ratio of 3:7 and was the first polysaccharide isolated from a lichen species (Cetraria islandica) in 1815 by Berzelius..."​ \\+Polyketide synthesis in C.islandica leads to protocetraric acid, fumarprotocetraric acid, confumarprotocetraric acid, succin-protocetraric acid (protolichesterinic acid). Lichens produce also polysaccharides in considerable amounts. " ... lichen glucans are linear polymers of glucosyl units connected by a variety of O-glycosidic linkages and are classified into β-glucans ​(lichenan, pustulan, laminaran, and branched β-glucan) and α-glucans (isolichenan,​ nigeran, and pullulan). ​... Lichenan is a cold-water-insoluble,​ linear (1->​3)-(1->​4)-β-glucan with a linkage ratio of 3:7 and was the first polysaccharide isolated from a lichen species (Cetraria islandica) in 1815 by Berzelius..."​ \\
 [Accumulation of Potential Pharmaceutically Relevant Lichen Metabolites in Lichens and Cultured Lichen Symbionts., Iacomini, M., Studies in Natural Products Chemistry, 2013, 337-380] [Accumulation of Potential Pharmaceutically Relevant Lichen Metabolites in Lichens and Cultured Lichen Symbionts., Iacomini, M., Studies in Natural Products Chemistry, 2013, 337-380]
  
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