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Decolorization of the azo dye Acid Orange 51 by laccase produced in solid culture of a newly isolated Trametes trogii strain

AutorDaâssi, Dalel; Zouari-Mechichi, Héla; Frikha, Fakher; Martínez, María Jesús ; Nasri, M.; Mechichi, Tahar
Palabras claveCrude laccase
Synthetic textile dyes
Mediators
Optimization
Box–Behnken
Decolorization
Detoxification
Fecha de publicaciónabr-2013
EditorSpringer
Citación3 Biotech 3 (2) 115-125 (2013)
ResumenThis study concerns the decolorization and detoxification of the azo dye Acid Orange 51 (AO51) by crude laccase from Trametes trogii produced in solid culture using sawdust as support media. A three-level Box–Behnken factorial design with four factors (enzyme concentration, 1-hydroxybenzotriazole (HBT) concentration, dye concentration and reaction time) combined with response surface methodology was applied to optimize AO51 decolorization. A mathematical model was developed showing the effect of each factor and their interactions on color removal. The model predicted that Acid Orange 51 decolorization above 87.87 ± 1.27 % could be obtained when enzyme concentration, HBT concentration, dye concentration and reaction time were set at 1 U/mL, 0.75 mM, 60 mg/L and 2 days, respectively. The experimental values were in good agreement with the predicted ones and the models were highly significant, the correlation coefficient (R 2) being 0.9. Then the desirability function was employed to determine the optimal decolorization condition for each dye and minimize the process cost simultaneously. In addition, germination index assay showed that laccase-treated dye was detoxified; however in the presence of HBT, the phytotoxicity of the treated dye was increased. By using cheap agro-industrial wastes, such as sawdust, a potential laccase was obtained. The low cost of laccase production may further broaden its application in textile wastewater treatment.
Descripción11 p.-5 fig.-6 tab.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/ 10.1007/s13205-012-0076-2
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/128512
DOI10.​1007/​s13205-012-0076-2
ISSN2190-572X
E-ISSN2190-5738
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