Polymers from Bamboo Extracts Produced by Laccase

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Jing Su; Cheng Wang; Jennifer Noro; Artur Cavaco-Paulo; Carla Silva; Jiajia Fu;
(2018)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
  • Journal: Polymers (issn: 2073-4360)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/polym10101141
  • Subject: Science & Technology | Organic chemistry | QD241-441 | laccase | phenolic compound extraction | bamboo tablets | oxidation | bamboo powder

A green methodology for the production of polymers from bamboo powder was investigated. The optimal conditions for the extraction of components from bamboo were defined by incubating the powder in an acetate buffer (pH 5) under boiling for 2 h. Native laccase from Mycel... View more
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