Laccase Production

Currently, laccase production in fermentative microbes is the most attractive and feasible method, due to its proven capability and reliability, plus it is constantly being improved by advances in genetic engineering, molecular biology, and bio-reactor engineering. Alternative technologies have certain potentials, but they remain largely exploratory at present. Among them transgenic plants are emerging as promising production hosts for laccase [226-229]. Transgenic plant production may be advantageous over microbial production, since the former would diminish potential microbial toxin contamination. Plant-expressed laccase may be used for in situ phyto-biocatalysis [196, 230]. Economically, the production process is easily scalable and could use the existing agriculture infrastructure for cultivation, harvest, storage, and processing, resulting in capital investment saving. However, extracting and purifying the expressed enzymes may be costly.

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