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Jiannan, China

Li B.,Jiannan University | Li B.,Jiangnan University | Wang Q.,Jiannan University | Wang Q.,Jiangnan University | And 10 more authors.
Wool Textile Journal | Year: 2013

In order to improve the anti-felting property of wool, keratinase from Stenotrophomonas maltophilia and protease Savinase 16L were used to treat wool in two baths, and the influence of the enymatic treatment on strength and the weight loss percentage of the treated wool fiber were tested. The results showed that the anti-felting performance of wool was increased significantly after two-bath treatment, but the damage to the fiber was obvious. Zeta potential on the wool surface and the dyeing result of the wool fibers which was dyed by weak acid dyes at low and constant temperature indicated that the number of positive charges on the wool surface was increased. Source

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