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Comparison of the Performance of the Laccase Bioconversion of Sodium Lignosulfonates in Batch, Continuous and Fed Batch Reactors

By Nidal Madad, Latifa Chebil, Hugues Canteri, Céline Charbonnel and Mohamed Ghoul

Submitted: May 23rd 2012Reviewed: September 10th 2012Published: February 7th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/53103

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Nidal Madad, Latifa Chebil, Hugues Canteri, Céline Charbonnel and Mohamed Ghoul (February 7th 2013). Comparison of the Performance of the Laccase Bioconversion of Sodium Lignosulfonates in Batch, Continuous and Fed Batch Reactors, Environmental Biotechnology Marian Petre, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/53103. Available from:

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