Extracellular laccase activity and transcript levels of putative laccase genes during removal of the xenoestrogen technical nonylphenol by the aquatic hyphomycete Clavariopsis aquatica.

@article{Sol2008ExtracellularLA,
  title={Extracellular laccase activity and transcript levels of putative laccase genes during removal of the xenoestrogen technical nonylphenol by the aquatic hyphomycete Clavariopsis aquatica.},
  author={Magali Sol{\'e} and Harald Kellner and Susanne Brock and François Buscot and Dietmar Schlosser},
  journal={FEMS microbiology letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={288 1},
  pages={47-54}
}
We investigated the influence of potential laccase inducers with environmental relevance on extracellular laccase activity and removal of the xenoestrogen technical nonylphenol (tNP) by the aquatic hyphomycete Clavariopsis aquatica. Concomitantly, we identified two putative laccase gene fragments (Icc1 and Icc2) and have followed their expression during removal of tNP under different conditions. Our results indicate a significant effect of copper on extracellular laccase activity in… CONTINUE READING

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