The Influence of the Fine Structure of Cellulose on the Action of Cellulases, TAPPI Journal June 2022

The most important factor contributing to this lowered rate was shown to be a decrease in the reactivity of the residual cellulose during the course of the reaction, but the activity of the enzyme solution itself decreased somewhat during the course of the reaction.

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Author: Curtis S. Walseth
The Influence of the Fine Structure of Cellulose on the Acti
ABSTRACT: In the hydrolysis of cellulose with enzymes of Aspergillus niger at 47°C., it shown that a great decrease in the rate occurred in the late stage of the reaction, usually with considerable cellulose still reamaining undissolved.

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