Enzymatic characterization of Chilean native wood-rotting fungi for potential use in the bioremediation of polluted environments with chlorophenols

@article{Tortella2008EnzymaticCO,
  title={Enzymatic characterization of Chilean native wood-rotting fungi for potential use in the bioremediation of polluted environments with chlorophenols},
  author={Gonzalo R Tortella and Olga Rubilar and Liliana Gianfreda and Eduardo Valenzuela and Mar{\'i}a Cristina Diez},
  journal={World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={2805-2818}
}
This work presents a preliminary report of a series of studies on the ability of several indigenous wood-rotting fungi from Chile to produce hydrolytic and ligninolytic enzymes and the evaluation of these native microorganism to future research on potential applications in bioremediation programs. Wood-rotting Basidiomycete fungi were collected from indigenous hardwood forest in the South of Chile. Twenty-eight strains were identified and qualitative enzymatic tests for peroxidases, laccase… 

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