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000268276 245__ $$aChapter 3: Enzyme Catalysis: A Workforce to Productivity of Textile Industry
000268276 260__ $$bWiley$$c2019
000268276 269__ $$a2019
000268276 300__ $$a49-65
000268276 336__ $$aBook Chapters
000268276 520__ $$aEnzyme guided catalysis of biological reactions and their industrial synthesis is of great interest, accounting for less energy consumption, eco-friendly solutions and high substrate specificity provided by these proteins. The textile industry accounts for a major portion of the industrial enzymes in various steps of the desizing, bioscouring, biobleaching, stone washing and dyeing process. The current review focuses on providing the role of various enzymes utilised in the textile industry, their mechanism of action and microbial sources. Finally, the key strategies adapted to optimised production and increased yield of enzymes are also discussed.
000268276 6531_ $$aEnzymes, cellulase, protease, amylase, microbes
000268276 700__ $$aRebello, Sharrel
000268276 700__ $$aEmbalil Mathachan, Aneesh
000268276 700__ $$aRaveendran, Sindhu
000268276 700__ $$aParameswaran, Binod
000268276 700__ $$aPandey, Ashok
000268276 700__ $$aGnansounou, Edgard$$0240326$$g105271
000268276 720_1 $$aSaran, Saaurabh
000268276 720_1 $$aBabu, Vikash
000268276 720_1 $$aChaubey, Asha
000268276 773__ $$tA Handbook on High Value Fermentation Products, Volume 2: Human Welfare$$q426$$eHuman Welfare$$fVolume 2
000268276 8560_ $$fmarie-christine.lehmann@epfl.ch
000268276 909C0 $$zPasquier, Simon$$xU12053$$pGR-GN$$medgard.gnansounou@epfl.ch$$0252110
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000268276 960__ $$amarie-christine.lehmann@epfl.ch
000268276 961__ $$afantin.reichler@epfl.ch
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