Verena Gehmayr

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Endoglucanase treatment of pulp for the adjustment of viscosity and the increase in pulp reactivity is a promising step in the concept for the beneficial production of dissolving pulps from paper grade pulps. To promote the commercial applicability of these enzymes, the influence of pulp properties such as carbohydrate composition, pulp type and cellulose(More)
d-Amino acids in peptide linkage are a noteworthy exception from the universal homochirality of proteins and peptides. The first animal peptide that was found to contain a d-amino acid as the second residue was dermorphin, isolated from the skin of a South American tree frog. This peptide binds with high affinity to m-opiate receptors. The d-residue in this(More)
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