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*  Laccase
... hence the name laccase. Laccases can catalyze ring cleavage of aromatic compounds. The copper bound by laccase is bound in ... Although laccase is known to cross link AX, under the microscope it was found that the laccase also acted on the flour proteins ... Laccases (EC 1.10.3.2) are copper-containing oxidase enzymes found in many plants, fungi, and microorganisms. Laccases act on ... Laccase treated dough had low stability over prolonged storage. The dough became softer and this is related to laccase ...
*  Mycena purpureofusca
The fungus mycelium produces high levels of laccase, an oxidoreductase enzyme. Laccases are widely used in biotechnology and ... M. purpureofusca laccase efficiently breaks down Remazol Brilliant Blue R, an industrially important dye that is frequently ... doi:10.1016/S0269-915X(98)80002-5. Virk AP, Sharma P, Capalash N (2012). "Use of laccase in pulp and paper industry". ... The fungus contains a laccase enzyme that has been investigated scientifically for its potential to detoxify recalcitrant ...
*  LACC1
Laccase (multicopper oxidoreductase) domain containing 1 is a protein in humans that is encoded by the LACC1 gene. "Entrez Gene ...
*  Cross-linked enzyme aggregate
Food and beverage processing, e.g. lipases in cheese manufacture and laccase in wine clarification. Cosmetics, e.g. in skin ... Carbohydrate processing, e.g. laccase in carbohydrate oxidations. Pulp and paper, e.g. in pulp bleaching. Detergents, e.g. ...
*  Multicopper oxidase
CueO is a laccase found in Escherichia coli that is involved in copper-resistance. Ascorbate oxidase EC 1.10.3.3, a 3-domain ... Laccase EC 1.10.3.2 (urishiol oxidase), a 3-domain enzyme found in fungi and plants, which oxidizes different phenols and ... Messerschmidt A, Huber R (January 1990). "The blue oxidases, ascorbate oxidase, laccase and ceruloplasmin. Modelling and ... internal sequence homology that appears to have evolved from the triplication of a Cu-binding domain similar to that of laccase ...
*  Fungal extracellular enzyme activity
Laccase activity has been documented in T. reesei, in some species in the Aspergillus genus and in freshwater ascomycetes. ... 2001). "Fungal laccases: properties and activity on lignin". Journal of Basic Microbiology. 41 (3-4): 185-227. doi:10.1002/1521 ... Strong, P. J.; Claus, H. (2011). "Laccase: A Review of Its Past and Its Future in Bioremediation". Critical Reviews in ... Most white-rot species also produce laccase, a copper-containing enzyme that degrades polymeric lignin and humic substances. ...
*  Ptilomycalin A
Dalisay DS, Saludes JP, Molinski TF (2011). "Ptilomycalin A inhibits laccase and melanization in Cryptococcus neoformans". ...
*  Coriolopsis gallica
While in Basidiomycota, the lignolytic activities are jointly played by enzymes such as laccases, manganese peroxidases and ... virtually no laccase activity is involved in lignin biodegradation. "[1]" white-rot fungus" image search in Google, retrieved ... lignin peroxidases, in Coriolopsis gallica, as well as in the phylogenetically related Trametes spp., laccases (even in ...
*  Catechin
The laccase/ABTS system oxidizes (+)-catechin to oligomeric products of which proanthocyanidin A2 is a dimer. (+)-Catechin and ... Osman, A.M.; Wong, K.K.Y.; Fernyhough, A. (2007). "The laccase/ABTS system oxidizes (+)-catechin to oligomeric products". ...
*  Panus conchatus
Most laccases have an active site containing four copper molecules, and are known as blue copper phenol oxidases. P. conchatus ... Zhou P, Fu C, Fu S, Zhan H (2014). "Purification and characterization of white laccase from the white-rot fungus Panus ... Mo JL, Fu SY, Zhan HY (2006). "Improving laccase activity of Panus conchatus by mutagenesis and used for biobleaching". ... Panus conchatus contains a laccase, a polyphenol oxidase enzyme. These enzymes have potential in industrial applications for ...
*  Coprinopsis cinerea
... laccase secretion was increased. Although copper is required co-factor for laccase, merely adding copper did not induce laccase ... C. cinerea produces a variety of the same laccase, known as isoenzymes. Laccase activity can be measured by zymograms (in which ... Lcc1 and Lcc5 are the main laccases secreted in liquid cultures of Coprinopsis cinerea strains Restriction enzyme-mediated DNA ... Coprinopsis cinerea is known to produce laccase, a type of phenoloxidase. ...
*  Streptomyces psammoticus
Niladevi, K.N.; Sukumaran, Rajeev K.; Jacob, Nicemol; Anisha, G.S.; Prema, P. (January 2009). "Optimization of laccase ... Streptomyces psammoticus produces laccase, terramycin and 2-acetyl-2-decarboxamidotetracycline. Streptomyces psammoticus has ... Niladevi, KN; Sukumaran, RK; Prema, P (October 2007). "Utilization of rice straw for laccase production by Streptomyces ... "Optimization of laccase production from a novel strain-Streptomyces psammoticus using response surface methodology". ...
*  Lignin-modifying enzyme
Laccases degrade lignin by oxidation using oxygen. Laccases are also widely distributed among bacterial species, including ... Like DyP-type peroxidases, bacterial laccases have a wide substrate range. There is interest in using bacterial laccases and ... bacterial laccases function at higher temperatures, alkalinity, and salt concentrations than fungal laccases, making them more ... Laccases, which are multicopper oxidases, are another class of enzymes found in both bacteria and fungi which have significant ...
*  Tellimagrandin II
It is laccase-catalyzed dimerized to cornusiin E in Tellima grandiflora. Purification and Characterization of Eugeniin as an ... a laccase-type phenol oxidase. It is further oxidized to casuarictin, a molecule formed via oxidative dehydrogenation of 2 ... laccase-catalyzed dimerization of tellimagrandin II to cornusiin E in Tellima grandiflora. Phytochemistry, December 2003, ...
*  Myceliophthora thermophila
Furthermore, laccases have shown to have the ability to polymerize lignin from waste material from the kraft process. The ... Myceliophthora thermophila expresses laccases that can act as clean substitutes for harmful chemical reagents used in the paper ... "Polymerisation of Kraft lignin from black liquors by laccase from Myceliophthora thermophila: Effect of operational conditions ... "Characterization of the gene encoding extracellular laccase of Myceliophthora thermophila and analysis of the recombinant ...
*  Cyathus
C. bulleri laccase has also been genetically engineered to be produced by Escherichia coli, making it the first fungal laccase ... Because laccases can break down phenolic compounds they may be used to detoxify some environmental pollutants, such as dyes ... 2008). "Laccase of Cyathus bulleri: structural, catalytic characterization and expression in Escherichia coli". Biochimica et ... 2006). "Production and characterization of laccase from Cyathus bulleri and its use in decolourization of recalcitrant textile ...
*  Cryptococcus neoformans
"Efficient phagocytosis and laccase activity affect the outcome of HIV-associated cryptococcosis". The Journal of Clinical ...
*  Cerrena unicolor
C. unicolor is known to produce laccase in culture at more favorable conditions and in higher yield than other wood rotting ... Rogalski J, Dawidowicz A, Jóźwik E, Leonowicz A. (1999). Immobilization of laccase from Cerrena unicolor on controlled porosity ... Janusz, Grzegorz; Rogalski, Jerzy; Szczodrak, Janusz (2007). "Increased production of laccase by Cerrena unicolor in submerged ... "Appearance of laccase in wood-rotting fungi and its inducibility." Journal of Korean Wood Science and Technology 25: 29-36. ...
*  Industrial dye degradation
Laccases are proteins that are produced by Lentinus sp; its active site contains a group of polyphenol oxidases incorporated ... Biological Degradation of Anthroquinone and Azo Dyes by a Novel Laccase from Lentinus sp. Environmental Science & Technology ...
*  Copper
Structurally related to hemocyanin are the laccases and tyrosinases. Instead of reversibly binding oxygen, these proteins ...
*  Dirigent protein
"An Enantiocomplementary Dirigent Protein for the Enantioselective Laccase-Catalyzed Oxidative Coupling of Phenols". Angewandte ...
*  Chaetomium cupreum
Biotechnological interest in C. cupreum is related to its production of cellulase and laccase. C. cupreum is able to degradae ... Chefetz, B (September 1998). "Purification and characterization of laccase from Chaetomium thermophilium and its role in ...
*  Penicillium simplicissimum
"Laccase activities of a soil fungus Penicillium simplicissimum in relation to lignin degradation". World Journal of ...
*  Docking (molecular)
Suresh PS, Kumar A, Kumar R, Singh VP (Jan 2008). "An in silico [correction of insilico] approach to bioremediation: laccase as ...
*  Ganoderma
February 2008). "Molecular cloning and expression of a laccase from Ganoderma lucidum, and its antioxidative properties". Mol. ...