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Different aspects of microbial degradation of cellulose



Different aspects of microbial degradation of cellulose



Indian Journal of Microbiology 32(2): 127-147



A review is presented on the microbial degradation of cellulose, with particular emphasis on the enzyme systems involved and on the genetic engineering of microorganisms to enhance cellulolytic activity, with particular regard to industrial applications.

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