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In general, all enzymes have a special pocket called an active site -- you should have it too. The molecule, called the substrate, that you react with should fit into your pocket. Here, cellulase reacts with cellulose.
Bio-polishing decreases the fuzziness of knitted fabrics by removing protruding fibre, making it smooth and soft. Before, protruded fibres were removed by burning or using chemicals, but the results were temporary. Now, cellulase breaks cellulose apart into simple sugars, so it weakens the fibres, making them easily breakable.
Also, before we removed matter produced by plants from wool using strong acid, but now we use enzymes that can change structures to achieve higher quality fibers!
Ah so that's how fuzz-free,
Also, when we want jeans to give a worn-out appearance, we used a machine with grinding stones to remove dyes from the fabric surface. Now, cellulase enzymes can work through cotton fibers and the results are better besides being softer on the cloth!
WOW! I can't wait to start!
Follow me! I will show you the different departments and the department you will be put in.
This is the biopolishing department!
Ah cool! What does it do?
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