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The research project is aimed at consolidating a national network started with PRIN 2007 to study oxidases, peroxidases and oxygenases that exploit the most widespread enzymatic mechanism in all living forms and capable of catalysing the oxidation of a wide variety of aromatic compounds using electron acceptors. The study focuses on increasing the knowledge on these classes of enzymes, unmasking their structure-function relationships with the final goal of using these systems as green tools for biotechnological applications. In fact their real exploitation demands for industrial-scale production requires more stable and active enzymes. This goal is unlikely to be realised with native systems, whereas it is reasonable to be achieved with mutated betterperforming enzymes.
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