Laccase engineering: from rational design to directed evolution.

@article{Mate2015LaccaseEF,
  title={Laccase engineering: from rational design to directed evolution.},
  author={Diana M. Mate and Miguel Alcalde},
  journal={Biotechnology advances},
  year={2015},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={
          25-40
        }
}
Laccases are multicopper oxidoreductases considered by many in the biotechonology field as the ultimate "green catalysts". This is mainly due to their broad substrate specificity and relative autonomy (they use molecular oxygen from air as an electron acceptor and they only produce water as by-product), making them suitable for a wide array of applications: biofuel production, bioremediation, organic synthesis, pulp biobleaching, textiles, the beverage and food industries, biosensor and biofuel… CONTINUE READING
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