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DHAKA - A new study has explored how extracting cellulase from bagasse, a widely available byproduct of the sugarcane industry, could be a sustainable source of enzyme technology for the cotton biopolishing process.

The use of hydrolysing enzymes such as cellulases, which provoke a chemical reaction where water is mostly used to break down chemical bonds, is a long-established practice in the textile processing industry.

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