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TitleTextile depilling : superior finishing using cellulose-binding domains with residual enzymatic activity
Author(s)Ramos, Reinaldo Rodrigues
Pinto, João Ricardo
Mota, M.
Sampaio, L.
Gama, F. M.
KeywordsCellulose-binding domains
Depilling
Interfacial properties
Tensile strength
Issue dateJan-2007
PublisherInforma Healthcare
JournalBiocatalysis and Biotransformation
Citation"Biocatalysis and biotransformation". ISSN 1024-2422. 25:1 (Jan. 2007) 35-42.
Abstract(s)Textile fabric depilling is an important industrial application of cellulases. The depilling effect and achievement of desirable touch properties are among the applications sought by users. This process, although effective, is associated with significant tensile strength loss. The depilling mechanism is still a subject of controversy. In this work, we introduce a new perspective in understanding of the depilling mechanism, specifically we consider the contribution of interfacial properties. Cellulose Binding Domains (CBDs) obtained by ultrafiltration after digestion with a protease, were used in depilling experiments. Compared with cellulose, the performance of CBDs was very positive. In fact, when using CBD with residual hydrolytic activity, it was possible to achieve superior depilling treatments.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/6444
DOI10.1080/10242420600794728
ISSN1024-2422
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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