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Enzymatic Treatment of Fibres from Regenerated Cellulose

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The use of cellulolytic enzymes to modify fibres and fabrics made of regenerated cellulose is a new trend in enzyme application. Enzyme treatment improves the properties of fibres and fabrics without significantly worsening their tensile characteristics. The changes to some physical-mechanical parameters which take place in the course of enzymatic modification may improve some utility properties as well as the wearing comfort of fabrics made of enzyme treated cellulosic fibres. This emphasises that enzymatic processes are effective, require mild conditions and are safe for the environment.

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regenerated cellulose, fibres, cellulases

Published in issue no 1 (55) / 2006, pages 92–95.

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