Recombinant Microbial Laccase

Laccase from a thermophilic microorganism produced recombinantly in E. coli.


  • Recombinant - fast and sustainable production in a non-pathogenic strain of E. coli
  • Microbial recombinant Enzyme - Free from any animal or plant related contamination
  • Extremely reliable - maintains high activity in a wide range of temperatures
  • High thermal stability - maintains at least 60% of its activity after 2 hours of exposure at 60°C

Laccase is a copper containing enzyme capable of oxidizing a variety of phenolic compounds including the potential to aid in removal of EPA's 16 most toxic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH).

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Recombinant Microbial Laccase, 100mg
100 mg In stock
Regular Price:$75.00
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Recombinant Microbial Laccase, 500mg
500 mg In stock
Regular Price:$350.00
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Product Type: Protein
Name: Laccase (LAC)
Alternative Name(s): enz_lac_005
CAS number: 80498-15-3
EC Number:
Strain: BL21
Source: Thermophilic Bacteria
Host: Escherichia coli (recombinant)
Molecular Weight: 59 kDa
Format: Lyophilized powder
Buffer: 0.05M Tris HCl pH 8.0 and 0.85 M NaCl (before lyophilizing)
Concentration: ≥ 15% w/w
Activity: Specific activity ≥ 300,000 U/mg. One unit (U) of laccase activity was defined as a change in absorbance of 0.001 measured 530 nm per minute, at 70°C and pH 6.0 using syringaldazine as substrate
Temperature Range: 30-90°C (80°C optimal); Maintains at least 60% of its activity after 2 hours of exposure at 60°C.
Storage: At -20°C, it maintains the reported activity (≥ 300,000 U/mg) at least for 11 months.
Shipped: Cold Packs

  1. Piscitelli A, Pezzella C, Giardina P, Faraco V, Sannia G. (2010). Heterologous laccase production and its role in industrial applications. Bioengineered bugs.1(4):254-64.
  2. Santhanam N, Vivanco JM, Decker SR, Reardon KF. (2011). Expression of industrially relevant laccases: prokaryotic style. Trends in biotechnology. 29(10):480-9.
  3. Sharma P, Goel R, Capalash N. (2007). Bacterial laccases. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 23(6):823-32.

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