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Fungal laccase, manganese peroxidase and lignin peroxidase: gene expression and regulation.
Extensive research efforts have been dedicated to characterizing expression of laccases and peroxidases and their regulation in numerous fungal species. Much attention has been brought to theseExpand
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Lignin degradation: microorganisms, enzymes involved, genomes analysis and evolution
Abstract Extensive research efforts have been dedicated to describing degradation of wood, which is a complex process; hence, microorganisms have evolved different enzymatic and non-enzymaticExpand
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Genetic Diversity of the Edible Mushroom Pleurotus sp. by Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism
Pleurotus strains are the most important fungi used in the agricultural industry. The exact characterization and identification of Pleurotus species is fundamental for correct identification of theExpand
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Laccase production and metabolic diversity among Flammulina velutipes strains
Twelve Flammulina velutipes strains originating from Poland were identified using internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region sequencing. Based on the sequences obtained, the genomic relationship of theExpand
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Purification and characterization of laccase from Sinorhizobium meliloti and analysis of the lacc gene.
The soil native bacterial strains were screened for laccase activity. Bacterial strain L3.8 with high laccase activity was identified as Sinorhizobium meliloti. The crude intracellular L3.8 enzymeExpand
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Production and characterisation of exopolymer from Rhodococcus opacus
Abstract Screening of Actinobacteria producing exopolymers with flocculating activity was carried out. An extracellular polymer with the highest flocculating activity extracted by Rhodococcus opacusExpand
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Genetic and Metabolic Intraspecific Biodiversity of Ganoderma lucidum
Fourteen Ganoderma lucidum strains from different geographic regions were identified using ITS region sequencing. Based on the sequences obtained, the genomic relationship between the analyzedExpand
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The wood decay fungus Cerrena unicolor adjusts its metabolism to grow on various types of wood and light conditions
Cerrena unicolor is a wood-degrading basidiomycete with ecological and biotechnological importance. Comprehensive Biolog-based analysis was performed to assess the metabolic capabilities andExpand
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Laccase Properties, Physiological Functions, and Evolution
Discovered in 1883, laccase is one of the first enzymes ever described. Now, after almost 140 years of research, it seems that this copper-containing protein with a number of unique catalyticExpand
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Comparative transcriptomic analysis of Cerrena unicolor revealed differential expression of genes engaged in degradation of various kinds of wood.
To explore the number of enzymes engaged by Cerrena unicolor FCL139 for wood degradation, the transcriptomes of the fungus growing on birch, ash, maple sawdust and the control liquid medium wereExpand
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