volume 53, issue 3, P693-699 2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-89132010000300026
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Abstract: ABSTRACT Soil fungi were evaluated regarding their ability to degrade lignin-related compounds by producing the ligninolytic enzymes. Lignosulfonic and tannic acids were used as sole carbon sources during 30 days under microaerobic and very-low-oxygen conditions. The fungi produced lignin-peroxidase, manganese-peroxidase and laccase. Expressive degradations was observed by C 18 reversed-phase HPLC, indicating the biodegradation potential of these fungi,showing more advantages than obligate anaerobes to decont…

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