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Table 1 Bacteria and related esterases involved in PAEs biodegradation

From: Development of a whole-cell biocatalyst for diisobutyl phthalate degradation by functional display of a carboxylesterase on the surface of Escherichia coli

EsterasesSourcesSubstratesReferences
CarboxylesteraseSphingobium yanoikuyaeDinbutyl phthalate[8]
HydrolasePseudomonas mosseliiMono-2-ethylhexyl phthalate[9]
CarEWBacillus sp. K91Diisobutyl phthalate[10]
EstS1Sulfobacillus acidophilusPhthalate esters[11]
PE hydrolaseAcinetobacter sp. M673Dibutyl phthalate[12]
PatERhodococcus jostii RHA1Monoalkyl phthalate[13]
DMT esteraseFusarium sp. DMT-5-3Dimethyl terephthalate[14]
CutinaseFusarium oxysporumPhthalate esters[15]
EsteraseGordonia sp. P8219Mono-2-ethylhexyl Phthalate[16]
EsterasesMicrococcus sp. YGJ1Monoalkyl phthalates[17]
EsterasePancreatic cholesterolPhthalate esters[18]
DphBMetagenomics libraryDibutyl phthalate[19]