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Abstract

grew in synthetic liquid media with soluble or insoluble cellulose as sole carbon source, releasing cellulolytic enzymes into the media. These enzymes were separated by molecular exclusion and ion exchange chromatography into four components. When assayed for hydrolysis of insoluble cellulose, the combined fractions released more glucose than when each component was tested alone.

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