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Biodegradation mechanism of polyesters by hydrolase from Rhodopseudomonas palustris: An in silico approach.
Wang X, et al. Chemosphere 2019. PMID 31128347
Polyesters like polylactic acid (PLA) are one of the mostly used plastics due to its excellent physical and chemical properties and low-cost advantages. It is critical to develop the elimination and recycle techniques for polyesters. Experimental studies have shown that a hydrolase RPA1511 isolated from Rhodopseudomonas palustris can efficiently depolymerize polylactic acid (PLA) into oligomers and monomers. ...
Polyesters like polylactic acid (PLA) are one of the mostly used plastics due to its excellent physical and chemical properties and l
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