Kheirghadam Enayatzamir

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In this paper the efficiency of the combined action of laccase and cellobiose dehydrogenase (CDH) to decolourise different synthetic dyes such as Remazol Brilliant Blue R (RBBR), Methyl Green (MG), Direct Violet (DV), Ponceau Xylidine (PX), Bismark Brown (BB) and Poly R-478 (PR) was assessed. It was found that the use of CDH could be a promising alternative(More)
In this paper the production of laccase and the decolouration of the recalcitrant diazo dye Reactive Black 5 (RB5) by the white-rot fungus Trametes pubescens immobilised on stainless steel sponges in a fixed-bed reactor were studied. Laccase production was increased by 10-fold in the presence of RB5 and reached a maximum value of 1025U/l. Enhanced laccase(More)
BACKGROUND, AIM AND SCOPE Because of high discharged volumes and effluent composition, wastewater from the textile industry can be considered as the most polluting amongst all industrial sectors, thus greatly requiring appropriate treatment technologies. Although some abiotic methods for the reduction of several dyes exist, these require highly expensive(More)
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