CHARACTERIZATION AND ENZYME ENGINEERING OF LACCASES TOWARDS LIGNIN VALORIZATION IN AQUEOUS IONIC LIQUIDS

Joseph Stevens
Lignin is one of the most abundant polymers found in nature, making up 15 – 40% of the weight of terrestrial biomass. Due to the structural and monomeric heterogeneity of lignin, it is recalcitrant thermochemical and biological valorization methods. Converting lignin to value-added products via sustainable and cost-effective pathways will reduce waste and add value to future cellulosic biorefineries. Biological methods for lignin valorization (e.g. lignin degrading enzymes or microbes) is limited by low lignin...
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