Our contemporary R&D since LiGNO’s establishment in 2010 allows us to continuously strive to produce the best products and to serve our users in all possible ways.
Research and development will be LiGNO’s utmost priority to ensure functional mushroom derived products of the highest quality and efficacy.

Our Research Studies

  • Biological activities & pharmacology studies
  • Chemical and heavy metal analysis
  • Nutritional analysis
  • Genome study (The full genome sequence of LiGNO TM02® Tiger Milk Mushroom has already been completed)
  • Genetic Marker development
  • Toxicology studies (safety data)
  • Animal Health Care

Our Global Research Partners

LiGNO Biotech is always actively working with research institutions and universities to gather safety data and scientific evidences to substantiate our cultivated LiGNO TM02®️ Tiger Milk Mushroom and other cultivated functional mushrooms.

Scientific Publications

Unlike other Tiger Milk Mushroom ingredients, LiGNO TM02®️ is the only ingredient supported by numerous published, peer-reviewed scientific studies. Researches validate that LiGNO TM02®️ posseses anti-inflammatory, immuno-modulating, bronchodilating, anti-asthmatic activity, antiproliferative, antidiabetic, anti-AgE, antioxidant, antiviral and neuritogenic properties.

Cloning, overexpression, purification and modelling of a lectin (Rhinocelectin) with antiproliferative activity from Tiger Milk Mushroom, Lignosus rhinocerus (2019) Read More
Nutritional Evaluation on Lignosus cameronensis C. S. Tan, a medicinal Polyporaceae (2019) Read More
Intranasal administration of Lignosus rhinocerus (Cooke) Ryvarden (Tiger Milk Mushroom) extract attenuates airway inflammation in murine model of allergic asthma (2019) Read More
A Status Review of the Bioactive Activities of Tiger Milk Mushroom Lignosus rhinocerotis (Cooke) Ryvarden (2018) Read More
Molecular attributes and apoptosis-inducing activities of a putative serineprotease isolated from Tiger Milkmushroom (Lignosus rhinocerus) sclerotium against breast cancer cellsin vitro (2018) Read More
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