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TitleBiotransformation of phenolics with laccase containing bacterial spores
Author(s)Held, C.
Kandelbauer, A.
Schroeder, M.
Paulo, Artur Cavaco
Gübitz, Georg M.
KeywordsBacillus
Spores
Biodegradation of phenolics
Effluent treatment
Issue date22-Oct-2005
PublisherSpringer Verlag
JournalEnvironmental Chemistry Letters
Citation"Environmental Chemistry Letters". ISSN 1610-3653. 3:2 (Nov. 2005) 74-77.
Abstract(s)Treatment of effluents containing phenols such as textile dyes with fungal laccases is usually limited to the acid to neutral pH range and moderate temperatures. Here we demonstrate for the first time that spore-bound laccases which are stable at high temperatures and pH values can be used for phenolic dye decolorisation. Laccase containing spores from Bacillus SF were immobilized on alumina pellets. Both immobilized and free spores were able to completely decolorize the common textile dyes Mordant Black 9, Mordant Brown 96/Mordant Brown 15, and Acid Blue 74 within 90 min of incubation time and decolorized solutions were successfully used in re-dyeing. spores from Bacillus SF were immobilized on alumina pellets. Both immobilized and free spores were able to completely decolorize the common textile dyes Mordant Black 9, Mordant Brown 96/Mordant Brown 15, and Acid Blue 74 within 90 min of incubation time and decolorized solutions were successfully used in re-dyeing.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/12457
DOI10.1007/s10311-005-0006-1
ISSN1610-3653
Publisher versionhttp://www.springerlink.com/content/b283825301m26458/fulltext.pdf
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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