Monocomponent endoglucanase treatment increases the reactivity of softwood sulphite dissolving pulp

@article{Henriksson2005MonocomponentET,
  title={Monocomponent endoglucanase treatment increases the reactivity of softwood sulphite dissolving pulp},
  author={Gunnar Henriksson and Maria Christiernin and Roland Agnemo},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={211-214}
}
Softwood dissolving pulp was treated with a commercial monocomponent fungal endocellulase. The reactivity of the pulp for the production of rayon and cellulose derivatives as determined with the Fock method increased drastically with relatively low amounts of enzyme, and the yield loss and decrease of viscosity were moderate. The mechanism behind the increased reactivity is discussed. 

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