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Production and industrial applications of laccase enzyme

@inproceedings{Imran2012ProductionAI,
  title={Production and industrial applications of laccase enzyme},
  author={M. Imran and M. Asad and S. Hadri and P. Mehr and A. Arid},
  year={2012}
}
Laccase is an enzyme that has potential ability of oxidation. It belongs to those enzymes, which have innate properties of reactive radical production, and its utilization in many fields has been ignored because of its unavailability in the commercial field. There are diverse sources of laccase producing organisms like bacteria, fungi and plants. Textile, pulp and paper industries discharge a huge quantity of waste in the environment, and the disposal of this waste is a big problem. To solve… Expand

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