In vivo-decolorization of coal-derived humic acids by laccase-excreting fungus Trametes versicolor

@article{Fakoussa1999InVO,
  title={In vivo-decolorization of coal-derived humic acids by laccase-excreting fungus Trametes versicolor},
  author={R. M. Fakoussa and Patrick Frost},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={1999},
  volume={52},
  pages={60-65}
}
Lignite (brown coal) can be liquefied/solubilized with several fungi by different mechanisms. When applied industrially, only catalytic mechanisms can compete with chemical methods. The well-known fungal ligninolytic peroxidases are at a disadvantage, in that the relatively expensive hydrogen peroxide must be used as a cofactor. Comparing several fungal strains, we observed that the fungus Trametes versicolor is able to decolorize coal-derived humic acids, producing a considerable amount of… CONTINUE READING
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