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The most common method to detect laccase is an intuitive method for producing color change in a short reaction time by using laccase and a specific substance, such as titration method and color changing circle reaction method used with a PDA medium. For example, laccase can react with substances such as syringaldazine, guaiacol, α-naphthol, pyrogallic acid, and citric acid, and rapidly produce substances of a specific color. According to the specific color change reaction of laccase and these substances, it is determined whether the strain produces laccase. The laccase production can be estimated based on the color depth and the color circle size generated in the same time.

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