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Required for complete disintegration of filter paper by a 1% cellulase solution. FPD units/mg = 30,000 . CELLULASES 41 Enzyme Development Company, New York, NY; Vanderbilt Company, Norwalk, CT; as Maxazyme from Gist Brocades, Delft, Holland; and from Japanese sources, particularly Meicelase from Meiji Seika Kaisha in Tokyo and Onozuka cellulase from Kinki Yakult in Osaka; T. viride cellulase preparations also contain several other carbohydrases. The advantages of Trichoderma as a source of cellulase are (a) that it produces a complete cellulase with all the components required for total hydrolysis of crystalline cellulose and (b) that very high yields of cellulase protein are attainable (Table 1).

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