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Hydrolysis of cellulosic materials by immobilized enzymes. I. Preparation and characterization of the immobilized cellulase






Cellulose chemistry and technology 15(1): 3-10

Hydrolysis of cellulosic materials by immobilized enzymes. I. Preparation and characterization of the immobilized cellulase



Accession: 016049504



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