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The lawsuits of the Cellucon belief convention held in Lund, Sweden, in 1993. the most recent clinical advances are coated, environmental issues and the resultant financial charges are handled. The papers have strangely broad purposes throughout a few industries, together with nutrition processing, prescription drugs, chemical processing, civil engineering and composite fabrics construction.
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4 at temperature of 30°C; glucose in biodegradation conditions practical applications. is very promising for 26 Biosynthesis and biodegradation of cellulose Table 10. Some molecular parameters of different polymeric materials during biodegradation in presence of lysozyme * . 0 impre~nated 1 wt. bK of MCC a - obtained for 120 h at temperature of 30°C; glucose concentration of 2%. * - 100 /-lg/ml CONCLUSIONS 1. Biosynthesis of cellulose with the use of Acecobaccer xylinum Ax26 optimum conditions method strain carried out in the elaborated seems to be a promising and useful to obtain polymers having special, valuable and programmable properties biocompatibility, high such sorption as biodegradability, and high adhesion as well as satisfactory mechanical properties of a film.
USA, 1991. 14. H. Struszczyk, A. Niekraszewicz, Chitin Enzymology Symposium, Senigallia, Italy, 1993. 4 Direct soluble cellulose of Celsol: properties and behaviour H Struszczyk, D Ciechariska and D Wawro - Institute of Chemical Fibres, 90-570 Lodz, ul M C Sklodowska 19/27, Poland P Nousiainen and M Matero - Tampere University of Technology, Fiber, Textile and Clothing Science, Tampere, Finland Biotransformation of cellulose pulps creates a new modern cellulosic raw material suitable for direct dissolution in aqueous sodium hydroxide.
Valkeajarvi, A. Koivula, T. Reinikainen, T. Teeri, T. Drakenberg and 0. Teleman, manuscript in preparation. 8) in order to increase their bleachability. Pulps were treated either with a purified single enzyme or the enzymes were successively added in different combinations. The residual pulps were delignified with alkaline peroxide and analysed for kappa number and ISO-brightness. 5 units and combination with lignin modifying enzymes improved the value by a further one unit. Lignin modifying enzymes when acting alone gave equal or even poorer pulp values than the reference.