Laccase immobilization and insolubilization: from fundamentals to applications for the elimination of emerging contaminants in wastewater treatment.

@article{Ba2013LaccaseIA,
  title={Laccase immobilization and insolubilization: from fundamentals to applications for the elimination of emerging contaminants in wastewater treatment.},
  author={Sidy Ba and Alexandre Arsenault and Thanina Hassani and Joseph Peter Jones and Hubert Cabana},
  journal={Critical reviews in biotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={404-18}
}
Over the last few decades many attempts have been made to use biocatalysts for the biotransformation of emerging contaminants in environmental matrices. Laccase, a multicopper oxidoreductase enzyme, has shown great potential in oxidizing a large number of phenolic and non-phenolic emerging contaminants. However, laccases and more broadly enzymes in their free form are biocatalysts whose applications in solution have many drawbacks rendering them currently unsuitable for large scale use. To… CONTINUE READING
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