Dye decolorization and detoxification by laccase immobilized on porous glass beads.

@article{Champagne2010DyeDA,
  title={Dye decolorization and detoxification by laccase immobilized on porous glass beads.},
  author={P-P Champagne and Juliana Akit Ramsay},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={101 7},
  pages={2230-5}
}
The decolorization and detoxification of textile dyes by fungal laccase immobilized on porous glass beads were evaluated. Anthraquinone (Reactive blue 19 and Dispersed blue 3) and indigoid (Acid blue 74) dyes were degraded more rapidly than the azo dyes (Acid red 27 and Reactive black 5). There was no dye sorption to the enzyme bed when decolorization rates were high (>12 microM dye/U-h) but at moderate rates (8 to>0.06 microM/U-h), there was a transient color which disappeared upon prolonged… CONTINUE READING

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