Cellulose-binding domains

Cellulose-binding domains

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9. Concluding remarks

Cellulose is by far the most abundant biopolymer on earth. Its excellent chemical and physical properties made it a practical product for infinite applications since the origin of civilization. Today, we are surrounded by numerous products that are composed of cellulose. The capability to govern the binding of biomolecules and cellulose-containing biopolymers to cellulose during the biosynthesis products is an actuality owing to the abundance of CBDs. It is only our imagination that limits their applications.

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