Synthesis and characterization of combined cross-linked laccase and tyrosinase aggregates transforming acetaminophen as a model phenolic compound in wastewaters.

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Laccase (EC 1.10.3.2) and tyrosinases (EC 1.14.18.1) are ubiquitous enzymes present in nature as they are known to originate from bacteria, fungi, plants, etc. Both laccase and tyrosinase are copper-containing phenoloxidases requiring readily available O2 without auxiliary cofactor for their catalytic transformation of numerous phenolic substrates. In the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.10.004

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@article{Ba2014SynthesisAC, title={Synthesis and characterization of combined cross-linked laccase and tyrosinase aggregates transforming acetaminophen as a model phenolic compound in wastewaters.}, author={Sidy Ba and Loun{\`e}s Haroune and Carles Cruz-Morat{\'o} and Chlo{\'e} Jacquet and Imad E Touahar and Jean-Phillipe Bellenger and Claude Y. Legault and J. Peter Jones and Hubert Cabana}, journal={The Science of the total environment}, year={2014}, volume={487}, pages={748-55} }