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Biopolishing of Cotton Fabric using Crude Cellulases from Acanthophysium sp. KMF001

목재부후균, Acanthophysium sp. KMF001, 유래 섬유소분해효소를 이용한 섬유 개량

Shin, Keum;Yoon, Sae-Min;Kim, Juhea;Kim, Young-Kyoon;Kim, Tae-Jong;Kim, Yeong-Suk
신금;윤새민;김주혜;김영균;김태종;김영숙

  • Received : 2015.10.13
  • Accepted : 2016.02.25
  • Published : 2016.05.25

Abstract

Biopolishing using cellulases was introduced in the production of cotton fabric in order to improve the quality of fabric environmental friendly and is commonly used in the textile industry. In this study, the application of a crude cellulase from Acanthophysium sp. KMF001, which was excellent for the saccharification of cellulose, on biopolishing was evaluated. The optimum treatment biopolishing condition was at $50^{\circ}C$ and pH 4.5 for 60 minutes with 10% crude cellulase of fabric weight. After the optimized biopolishing, the crude cellulase of Acanthophysium sp. KMF001 reduced the tensile strength of the tested cotton fabric less than a commercial cellulase. The appearance of the cotton fabric after the treatment of the crude cellulase of Acanthophysium sp. KMF001 was similar to the fabric after a commercial cellulase treatment. All these results support that the crude cellulase of Acanthophysium sp. KMF001 was a good biopolishing cellulase.

Keywords

biopolishing;cotton fabric;Acanthophysium;cellulase

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