|"Currently, a lot of studies have focused on white rot fungi that seem to be more prospective organisms. These fungi are efficient ligninolytic organisms capable of degrading many xenobiotic compounds including various types of dye such as azo, anthraquinone, reactive, and triphenylmethane dyesDue to the complexity of the biodegradation mechanism of ligninolytic system, requirements for some redox mediators and low pH for the optimum activity of the enzymes will be present in a wastewater, which are major disadvantages of bioremediation by white rot fungi. On the other hand, studies of nonligninolytic fungi degrading dyes are few. Such studies are very interesting not only from the standpoint of comparative biology but also with the expectation of finding better fungi for use in the treatment of dye effluents.
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