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April 20, 2005


vineet jha

i am vineet jha i am a textile graduate sir, i have keen interest in enzyme process especially in bio-scouring process so pls sir if you send me some valuable date or some reading material so that i can start my project on that
with best regards
vineet jha

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This combined with NREL improvements in the pretreatment process will make commercial ethanol plants able to produce ethanol at significantly lower costs than now possible. The enzyme will be tested on a pilot plant scale in 2006. Much work remains to develop commercial production of the enzyme, to develop a collection and processing system for the corn stover and to optimize yeast organisms to ferment cellulose based feedstocks.

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