Enzymatic Synthesis, Characterization and Biocompatibility Studies of Cellulose Nanoparticles from Cotton Fibers

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Cellulase from Innovative Research was recently used in the following study:

Enzymatic Synthesis, Characterization and Biocompatibility Studies of Cellulose Nanoparticles from Cotton Fibers

Prathima Prabhu Tumkur, Tejaswini Ronur Praful, Babu R Lamani, Nicole Nazario Bayn, Krishnan Prabhakaran, Joseph C Hall, and Govindarajan T Ramesh
Advances in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, August 2018

" ... Cotton fibers obtained from Indian farm fields were used as a primary source for the enzymatic synthesize of cellulose nanoparticles. The cotton fibers were separated from cotton linkers and stored. The cellulase enzyme (IRWBE005-20866) used in hydrolysis was purchased from Innovative Research, Inc. (Peary Court Novi, MI) ... "

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