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TitleEnzymes in fibre processing
Author(s)Gübitz, Georg M.
Steiner, Walter
Paulo, Artur Cavaco
Issue dateDec-2004
PublisherTaylor & Francis
JournalBiocatalysis and Biotransformation
Citation"Biocatalysis and biotransformation". ISSN 1024-2422. 22:5-6 (Dec. 2004) 297.
Abstract(s)[Excerpt] Advances in enzymology, genetics and industrial enzyme production make existing technologies using enzymes for fibre processing more attractive and open up new possibilities such as the improvement of synthetic fibers. Together with increasing knowledge about fibre morphology, more efficient processing and higher product quality become feasible. The 3rd International Conference on Biotechnology in the Textile Industry INTB04 held in Graz, Austria from June 13 /16 2004 provided a thorough overview of the current and future focus of enzymology in the materials processing industry. It stimulated discussions between experts from universities, research organizations and industry worldwide. Over 150 participants from 32 countries in 4 continents (one third of all participants coming from industry) ensured that this meeting had a strong impact in the area of biotechnology in materials processing. [...]
TypeJournal editorial
AccessOpen access
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