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Immobilized Peroxidase Catalyzed Decolorization and Degradation of Industrially Important Dyes from Polluted Water

  • Qayyum Husain
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Abstract

The dyes are the most important and largest class of synthetic compounds employed in different commercial applications. The enzymes have demonstrated their potential in decolorizing industrially important dyes from polluted water. The use of immobilized peroxidases has resolved the difficulties arise by the application of free peroxidases. Numerous kinds of inorganic, organic and nano supports have successfully been employed to immobilize peroxidases by using different methods of immobilization. The immobilized enzymes have demonstrated their potential in the remediation of large group of synthetic textile and other industrially important dyes present in wastewater/industrial effluents. Immobilized peroxidases have successfully been used in batch as well as in continuous reactors for the remediation of huge volume of wastewater/industrial effluents contaminated with synthetic dyes.

Keywords

Dye Decolorization Effluent Immobilization Peroxidase Wastewater 

Abbreviations

BGP

bitter gourd peroxidase

Con A

concanavalin A

CLEAs

crosslinked enzyme aggregates

CP

catalase peroxidase

CPP

cucurbita pepo peroxidase

CS

chitosan

DyP

dye decolorizing peroxidase

GA

glutaraldehyde

GMA

glycidyl methacrylate

GP

ginger peroxidase

HRP

horseradish peroxidase

LiP

lignin peroxidase

MnP

manganese peroxidase

MP-11

microperoxidase 11

PAN

polyacrylonitrile

PGP

pointed gourd peroxidase

rDyP

recombinant dye decolorizing peroxidase

SBP

soybean peroxidase

TP

turnip peroxidase

TMP

tomato peroxidase

UFM

ultrafiltration membrane

WRP

whiteradish peroxidase

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  • Qayyum Husain
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  1. 1.Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Life SciencesAligarh Muslim UniversityAligarhIndia

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