laccase


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lac·case

(lak'ās),
An enzyme that catalyzes oxidation of benzenediols to semiquinones with O2.
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Pilot-scale production of fiberboard's made by laccase oxidized wood fibres: Board properties and evidence for cross-linking of lignin.
The laccase was adsorbed on DEAE-cellulose and Q-Sepharose, but unadsorbed on SP-Sepharose.
The objective of this study was to determine gene expression of wood decay enzymes lignin peroxidase (Lip), manganese peroxidase (Mnp), and laccase (Lcc) in T.
We recently identified laccase and succinic acid from anaerobic compost and Figure 5 shows how they were correlated to the growth of Trichoderma.
Researchers and engineers in biotechnology, chemistry, materials science, textiles, and other fields discuss the interface between biotechnology and textile processing from such perspectives as the enzymatic modification of hemp fibers for the sustainable production of high quality materials, and laccase catalyzed indigo carmine transformation.
Oxidase activity in lignifying xylem of a taxonomically diverse range of trees: identification of a conifer laccase.
The bead was used in order to stabilize laccase enzyme in this research, and it can be used in the purification of industrial wastewater.
2009), laccase enzyme obtained from fungus Peniophora and Pleurotus ostreatus was found to have aflatoxin degradability by 35-40%.
Enzymes, like dehalogenase, nitroreductase, peroxidase, laccase and nitrilase, have been discovered in plant sediments and soils.
9:45 TRANSFORMATION OF ANTHRACENE BY IMMOBILIZED LACCASE FROM
SCOPE OF THE REPORT bulk chemical, metabolic engineering, chemical industry, renewable resource, corynebacterium glutamicum, succinic acid, laccase, fossil fuel, crude oil, yeast cell, green chemistry, biocatalyst, organic chemical
Their extracellular lignin-modifying enzymes consist of lignin-peroxidase (LiP), manganese-dependent peroxidase (MnP), laccase (phenol oxidase) and [H.