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Microbial cellulases in Industrial applications

  title={Microbial cellulases in Industrial applications},
  author={Rajendra Singh and M. Kumar and Anshumali Mittal and Praveen Kumar Mehta},
  journal={Annals of Applied Bio-Sciences},
Cellulose, most copious constituent of plant cell wall and a renewable resource, is of considerable economic importance due to its potential applications in production of various bioenergy and bio-based products. Cellulose is used as a food source by the wide range of microorganisms and animals. Cellulose degrading enzymes are utilized in numerous applications in several industries, such as biofuel production, food and feed industry, brewing, pulp and paper, textile, laundry, and agriculture… 

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