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WO/2000/018865A1
The present invention relates to laundry detergent and/or fabric care compositions comprising a chemical entity and a polymer; wherein the chemical entity comprises a deposition aid having a high affinity for cellulose and a benefit agen...  
WO/2000/018898A1
The present invention relates to an improved chemical entity which comprises a chemical component linked to an amino acid sequence comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain (CBD) having a binding constant (Kr) for crystalline cellulose (Kr-c...  
WO/2000/018864A1
The present invention relates to laundry detergent and/or fabric care compositions comprising a chemical entity, a surfactant and a protease; wherein the chemical entity comprises a deposition aid having a high affinity for cellulose and...  
WO/2000/018897A1
The present invention relates to a chemical entity comprising more than one chemical components linked to a cellulose binding domain. The present invention further relates to a laundry detergent and/or fabric care composition comprising ...  
WO/2000/016740A1
The present invention relates to personal care compositions comprising a water insoluble substrate, a plurality of Protease G enzymes, and a binding means, permanently attaching each of the enzymes to the substrate wherein the personal c...  
WO/2000/015897A1
The present invention provides durable and refreshable antimicrobial polymers and methods for preparing the same. In some instances, the polymer is a textile. These textiles have excellent colorfastness and washfastness. The antimicrobia...  
WO/2000/014206A2
The present invention relates to variant EGIII cellulases which have improved stability and/or performance. The variant cellulases have replacements at sensitive residues to improve stability and/or performance.  
WO/2000/011257A1
Aqueous dispersions (U) containing: (A) a UV-light-absorbing textile treatment agent, (B) a dispersant system and (C) a carboxyl-containing cross-linked copolymer and optionally (D) at least one formulation additive, are useful for the c...  
WO/2000/011256A1
Aqueous dispersions (U) containing: (A) a UV-light-absorbing textile treatment agent and (B) a dispersant system containing (B¿X?) a non-ionogenic, polymeric, hydrophilic dispersant or a mixture of such dispersants and (B¿Y?) a non-ion...  
WO/2000/009707A1
A novel composition is provided which is predicable by an $i(Actinomycete). The cellulase has an approximate calculated molecular weight of 36 kD and has a pH optimum at 40 °C of 8 and 60 °C of 7. Also provided is a DNA encoding said c...  
WO/2000/009796A1
Fabric treating compositions are provided which have at least 10 % benzyl benzoate and at least 20 % alcohol. The compositions preferably also contain water. They trap dust from room air between vacuuming, yet permit ready release of the...  
WO/2000/003752A1
The present invention provides in one aspect for a method for controlling odor associated with spills of organic material which can cause odors on carpets. The method comprises applying to the carpet a preparation of dormant bacteria, wh...  
WO/1999/064619A2
Novel mannanases comprising e.g. an amino acid sequence as shown in positions 31-330 of SEQ ID NO: 2 or their homologues may be derived from e.g. $i(Bacillus) sp. 1633, or may be encoded by polynucleotide molecules comprising a nucleotid...  
WO/1999/062974A1
A polymer emulsion which contains polymer particles having an average particle diameter of 30 m or smaller and each comprising a core and a shell, wherein the core is constituted of chitosan (a) and a polymer (b) of either an organic aci...  
WO/1999/060199A1
A method for treating wool, wool fibers or animal hair with a haloperoxidase (together with a hydrogen peroxide source and a halide source), and a proteolytic enzyme. The described method results in improved shrink-resistance, handle, ap...  
WO/1999/060200A1
A method of treating wool, wool fibers or animal hair with a proteolytic enzyme and a transglutaminase. The described method results in improved shrink-resistance, handle, appearance, wettability, reduction of felting tendency, increased...  
WO/1999/057156A1
The present invention relates to fabric care compositions comprising one or more amino acid sequence(s) comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain for providing fabric care. In a further embodiment, the present invention relates to fabric car...  
WO/1999/057155A1
The present invention relates to a modified protein which comprises a catalytically active amino acid sequence of an antimicrobial enzyme and/or an amino acid sequence of an antimicrobial peptide, linked to an amino acid sequence compris...  
WO/1999/057252A1
The present invention relates to a modified enzyme which comprises a catalytically active amino acid sequence of an enzyme, linked via a non-amino acid linking region to an amino acid sequence comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain. The p...  
WO1999043791A9
The invention relates to diisopropyl fluorophosphatase (enzyme classification EC 3.1.8.2.) from Loligo vulgaris and to the base sequence which codes the enzyme. The invention also relates to the additional vectors which contain the inven...  
WO/1999/057257A1
The present invention relates to a modified enzyme which comprises a catalytically active amino acid sequence of a cellulolytic enzyme linked to an amino acid sequence comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain (CBD) having a relative binding...  
WO/1999/057258A1
The present invention relates to a modified enzyme which comprises a catalytically active amino acid sequence of a transferase linked to an amino acid sequence comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain (CBD). The present invention further re...  
WO/1999/057157A1
The present invention relates to a modified protein which comprises a catalytically active amino acid sequence of an antimicrobial enzyme and/or an amino acid sequence of an antimicrobial peptide, linked to an amino acid sequence compris...  
WO/1999/057154A1
The present invention relates to fabric care compositions comprising one or more amino acid sequence(s) comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain for providing fabric care. In a further embodiment, the present invention relates to fabric car...  
WO/1999/057250A1
The present invention relates to a modified enzyme which comprises a catalytically active amino acid sequence of an enzyme, linked via a non-amino acid linking region to an amino acid sequence comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain. The p...  
WO/1999/057259A1
The present invention relates to a modified enzyme which comprises a catalytically active amino acid sequence of a cellulolytic enzyme linked to an amino acid sequence comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain (CBD) having a relative binding...  
WO/1999/057254A1
The present invention relates to a modified enzyme which comprises a catalytically active amino acid sequence of a transferase linked to an amino acid sequence comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain (CBD). The present invention further re...  
WO/1999/055815A1
The present invention relates to a stable, aqueous odor-absorbing composition, preferably for use on inanimate surfaces. The composition comprises from about 0.1 % to about 20 %, by weight of the composition, of solubilized, water-solubl...  
WO/1999/055813A1
The present invention relates to a stable, aqueous odor-absorbing composition, preferably for use on inanimate surfaces. The composition comprises from about 0.1 % to about 20 %, by weight of the composition, of solubilized, water-solubl...  
WO/1999/055453A1
This invention relates to complexes of ultraviolet absorbers with quaternary ammonium compounds which are substantially free from unwanted salts. Such complexes are formed through ionic bonds formed between the two compounds. The inventi...  
WO/1999/055814A1
The present invention relates to a stable, aqueous odor-absorbing and wrinkle controlling composition, preferably for use on inanimate surfaces, especially fabrics. The composition comprises from about 0.1 % to about 20 %, by weight of t...  
WO/1999/051808A1
A method of introducing into the surface of dyed denim fabric or garment, localized areas of variations in colour density, the method comprising contacting the fabric or garment with an aqueous composition comprising an effective amount ...  
WO/1999/050062A1
A liquid repellant, stain-resistant, antimicrobial fabric. At least one composition comprising an antimicrobial agent and a fluorochemical composition is applied to a fabric such as a jacquard, to produce a treated fabric. The liquid and...  
WO/1999/047651A1
Variants of a parent vanadium-containing haloperoxidase, which variant has haloperoxidase activity and an altered pH optimum and comprises a mutation in a position corresponding to at least one of the following positions: R490A,L,I,Q,M,E...  
WO/1999/047579A1
The present invention relates to a sulfonated polyester resin having a sulfo group, and an easily dyeing polyester fiber, an antibacterial material and an antistatic material which can be used for various types of cloth, building materia...  
WO/1999/044424A1
Microbicidal compositions containing synergistic combinations of propiconazole, (RS)- 1-2-[(2, 4-dichlorophenyl)-2- propyl-1,3-dioxanlan- 2ylmethyl]-1H-1,2, 4-triazole, and 2-mercaptobenzothiazole or alkali metal salt thereof are describ...  
WO/1999/042649A1
The aim of the invention is to provide a method for obtaining an anti-felt finish comparable to that achieved with chlorine treatment but which avoids chemical treatment or pretreatment as far as possible. To this end the wool is treated...  
WO/1999/042650A1
This invention relates to fabrics comprised of individual fibers within which esterified triclosan has been diffused. This process imparts long-lasting durable antimicrobial, germicidal, and fungicidal properties to textiles which has he...  
WO/1999/040251A1
A method for dyeing and finishing a lyocell fabric or polynosic fabric includes the steps of dyeing the fabric with a reactive dyestuff under conditions such that primary fibrils are formed; removing the primary fibrils from the fabric b...  
WO/1999/037323A1
The present invention relates to method for screening chemically modified mutant enzymes for amidase and/or esterase activity. This method includes providing a chemically modified mutant enzyme with one or more amino acid residues from a...  
WO/1999/035325A1
The present invention relates to the sizing of textile fibres. More specifically, the present invention relates to a process for textile warp sizing using enzymatically modified starches.  
WO/1999/034054A1
The present invention provides a process for removal of excess dye from newly manufactured printed or dyed fabric or yarn, comprising treatment with a rinse liquor comprising at least one enzyme selected from the group consisting of enzy...  
WO/1999/033960A2
The present invention relates to the identification of a novel metalloprotease in gram positive microorganisms. The present invention provides the nucleic acid and amino acid sequences for the metalloprotease. The present invention also ...  
WO/1999/032697A2
Certain antimicrobial agents, particularly chitosan- or chitin-based polymers, exhibit increased antimicrobial activity when coat ed onto the surface of a hydrophobic material such as polypropylene. When applied to the surface of a polyp...  
WO/1999/032707A1
A fibrous material which comprises a plurality of interwoven threads with a high degree of microfibrillation wherein at least one thread is derivatised using cyanogen bromide to attach a natural receptor for a virus, or a portion or an a...  
WO/1999/032708A1
A method for continuously biopolishing cellulose-containing fabrics is disclosed. This method involves (a) contacting the fabric with a cellulase having low affinity for cellulose and (b) subjecting the contacted fabric to high temperatu...  
WO/1999/032652A1
The present invention deals with a process for oxidation of a hydroxy group of C¿1? and/or C¿2? and/or C¿3? and/or C¿4? and/or C¿5? and/or C¿6? of a sugar monomer of an oligo- or a polysaccharide comprising contacting, in an aqueou...  
WO/1999/029821A1
A method of optimizing the use of cellulase is provided wherein the ionic strength of the aqueous solution in which the cellulase is used is adjusted to greater than 20 mM. The pratice of the invention results in improved performance of ...  
WO/1999/029820A1
The invention relates to a granulate which contains cellulase and is suitable for use in washing and cleaning agents. A granulate which has good powder properties, especially solubility and the ability to be washed-in should be developed...  
WO/1999/026736A1
This invention provides a biologically pure culture of a microorganism designated SH2A and deposited under ATCC Accession No. 55926, or a mutant derived therefrom. This invention further provides biologically pure culture of a microorgan...  

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