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References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 28 31 32 32 35 37 37 38 41 45 46 26 M. Linko Summary The diminishing one-way resources must be replaced by renewable, plentiful organic materials such as cellulose. Enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose has been intensively studied in recent years, since acid hydrolysis has not proved to be economically feasible. In spite of the abundance of cellulose, it is not very easy to find suitable cellulosic materials that could be collected from a limited area and would be cheap enough, taking into account collecting, transport, handling, and storage costs.
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An ideal case in which an efficient pretreatment is achieved simultaneously with a process such as the production of furfural must be seen as exceptional. Suitable conditions for hydrolysis are relatively well known. However, here again, more biochemical knowledge of the different cellulases would be valuable. The reuse of enzyme is economically very significant, since the price of enzyme is high. Unfortunately, less than 50% enzyme recovery can be expected from adsorption systems, maybe even much less.