Laccase‐catalysed polymeric dye synthesis from plant‐derived phenols for potential application in hair dyeing: Enzymatic colourations driven by homo‐ or hetero‐polymer synthesis

@inproceedings{Jeon2010LaccasecatalysedPD,
  title={Laccase‐catalysed polymeric dye synthesis from plant‐derived phenols for potential application in hair dyeing: Enzymatic colourations driven by homo‐ or hetero‐polymer synthesis},
  author={Jong‐Rok Jeon and Eun‐Ju Kim and Kumarasamy Murugesan and Hyo‐Keun Park and Young‐Mo Kim and Jung‐Hee Kwon and Wang‐Gi Kim and Ji‐Yeon Lee and Yoon‐Seok Chang},
  booktitle={Microbial biotechnology},
  year={2010}
}
Laccase efficiently catalyses polymerization of phenolic compounds. However, knowledge on applications of polymers synthesized in this manner remains scarce. Here, the potential of laccase-catalysed polymerization of natural phenols to form products useful in hair dyeing was investigated. All 15 tested phenols yielded coloured products after laccase treatment and colour diversity was attained by using mixtures of two phenolic monomers. After exploring colour differentiation pattern of 120… CONTINUE READING

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