A Thermostable Metal-Tolerant Laccase with Bioremediation Potential from a Marine-Derived Fungus

@article{DSouzaTiclo2009ATM,
  title={A Thermostable Metal-Tolerant Laccase with Bioremediation Potential from a Marine-Derived Fungus},
  author={Donna D’Souza-Ticlo and Deepak Sharma and Chandralata Raghukumar},
  journal={Marine Biotechnology},
  year={2009},
  volume={11},
  pages={725-737}
}
Laccase, an oxidoreductive enzyme, is important in bioremediation. Although marine fungi are potential sources of enzymes for industrial applications, they have been inadequately explored. The fungus MTCC 5159, isolated from decaying mangrove wood and identified as Cerrena unicolor based on the D1/D2 region of 28S and the 18S ribosomal DNA sequence, decolorized several synthetic dyes. Partially purified laccase reduced lignin content from sugarcane bagasse pulp by 36% within 24 h at 30°C… CONTINUE READING
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