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(Table A) Macro- and micromorphological characteristics of Junghuhnia nitida LE-BIN 2013 and Steccherinum bourdotii LE-BIN 2738 strains. (Table B) Mass-spectrometric de novo sequencing of Junghuhnia nitida LE-BIN 2013 and Steccherinum bourdotii LE-BIN 2738 laccases. (Figure A) Maximum likelihood (ML) phylogenetic tree of ribosomal gene sequences. (Figure B) Light microscopy examination of the Junghuhnia nitida LE-BIN 2013 strain. A–generative hypha with clamps, skeletal hypha (on insertion); B–anastomoses; C–chlamidospores-like swellings; D–crystals incrustation on hypha. Bars– 10 μm. (Figure C) Light microscopy examination of the Steccherinum bourdotii LE-BIN 2738 strain. A–generative hypha with regular clamps; B–terminal and intercalary chlamidospores. Bars– 10 μm. (Figure D) Laccase activity profiles during J. nitida (red circles) and S. bourdotii (black squares) submerged cultivation using glucose-peptone medium with CuSO4 as an inducer. (Figure E) UV-Vis spectra of JnL. (Figure F) Redox titrations of JnL (A) and SbL (B).