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WO/1995/035363A1
A method of treating dyed cellulosic fabric to create a stonewashed appearance by contacting the fabric with a water-based composition having an acidic pH and including at least one cellulase enzyme having optimum activity in an acidic m...  
WO/1995/031533A1
The present invention relates to an enzyme with endo-beta-glucanase activity, encoded by a DNA sequence. Further, the invention relates to a DNA construct encoding the enzyme, a method of producing the enzyme, an enzyme preparation conta...  
WO/1995/029980A1
Fabric softening compositions comprising fabric softening active(s), cellulase and an antioxidant effective amount of free radical scavenging antioxidant material and/or chelant.  
WO/1995/026962A1
The present invention concerns novel thiazolylpyrazolinones of formula (I) in which R1, R2, R3, independently of one another, each stand for hydrogen, alkyl or halogen, and R4 stands for hydrogen or optionally substituted alkyl, alkenyl,...  
WO/1995/026398A1
Chemically modified cellulolytic enzymes (cellulases) having an improved performance and a pI which is at least one pI unit higher than that of the parent or native cellulase, e.g. which are modified by coupling an amine to the carboxyl ...  
WO/1995/025840A1
Disclosed are improved methods for treating cotton-containing fabrics and non-cotton-containing cellulosic fabrics as well as the fabrics produced from these methods. In particular, the disclosed methods are directed to contacting cotton...  
WO/1995/025843A1
A liquid and stain-resistant, antimicrobial fabric is provided that can withstand the high temperatures required for transfer printing. A coating composition comprising a copolymer composition, an antimicrobial agent and a fluorochemical...  
WO/1995/025841A1
Disclosed are improved methods for treating cotton-containing fabrics and non-cotton-containing cellulosic fabrics as well as the fabrics produced from these methods. In particular, the disclosed methods are directed to contacting cotton...  
WO/1995/024524A1
The colour properties (i.e. freedom from a frosted visual appearance, especially in dyed form) of lyocell fibre, in particular in fabric form, can be improved by mercerising the fabric. The hand of the mercerised fabric can be softened t...  
WO/1995/024471A1
Cellulases selected from the group consisting of Family 7 cellulases and variants of these cellulases comprising a core and optionally a C-terminal link consisting of 10 amino acids at the most, especially cellulases having tryptophan, t...  
WO/1995/024525A1
A fibrous structure contains urea peroxide absorbed therein. The fibre is polysilicic acid containing fibre, the supporting structure of which is regenerated viscose cellulose in which the polysilicic acid is homogeneously distributed in...  
WO/1995/023528A1
The present invention entails a panty (10) having a crotch area (12) that is specifically designed to kill and inhibit the growth of yeast, bacteria and fungi. In particular, the panty (10) includes a crotch (12) made up of an open knit ...  
WO/1995/021284A1
A more efficient method of improving the feel and appearance of cellulosic-containing fabric prior to finishing which method comprises contacting the fabric with a cellulase solution under pressure, and under conditions wherein the solut...  
WO/1995/017091A1
Slow-release formulations comprising the insect repellent N,N'-diethyl-m-toluamide are disclosed. Also disclosed are fabric substrates which are treated with the formulations of the invention. Methods for preparing the formulations, for ...  
WO/1995/012021A1
Antimicrobial treatment of textile material with an oligomeric or polymeric biguanide and a strong organic acid having a pK value below 4.5. Acid protects treated material against yellowing in the presence of chlorine bleaches and loss o...  
WO/1995/009839A1
A process for the product of a 2,3-cis-dihydroxycycloalkane-1-carboxamide, comprises dihydroxylation of the corresponding cycloalkene-1-carboxamide. Some products are new. The stereoselective dihydroxylation is surprising.  
WO/1995/007021A1
A method of mothproofing wool or a wool-containing product, the method including treating the wool or wool-containing product with an effective amount of a compound according to formula (I).  
WO/1995/006086A2
A fiber-reinforced concrete-like material product includes a plurality of fibers containing an effective amount of at least one antimicrobial agent to inhibit organisms and protect the concrete from biological attack. Preferably, the ant...  
WO/1995/005171A1
An anti-methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) composition containing an imidazole derivative represented by general formula (I), wherein R1, R2, R3 and R4 represent each independently hydrogen or halogen. Since the above com...  
WO/1995/005443A1
The present invention relates to aqueous fabric conditioning compositions containing a quaternary ammonium compound and/or amine precursor thereof of formula (I) or (II), and a cellulase, said compositions having a neat pH at 20 �C, of...  
WO/1995/005442A1
Fabric softening compositions comprising fabric softening active(s) and a cellulase formulated so as to provide limited lower leves of cellulase activity, below about 50 CEVU's per liter of rinse solution, during use conditions of additi...  
WO/1995/000636A1
A fungal protein disulfide isomerase obtainable from fungal species belonging to Aspergillus, especially A. oryzae, or A. niger, is disclosed. Furthermore sequences for recombinant production of the protein disulfide isomerase are disclo...  
WO/1994/029426A1
During the desizing and enzymatic stonewashing of denim fabric and/or garments, redeposition of blue color often occurs back onto the surfaces of the denim. The invention relates to a redepositing or backstain inhibiting composition and ...  
WO/1994/026880A1
The present invention discloses the use of combinations of cell wall degrading enzymes in the degradation of cell wall derived substrates. Specifically, the use of combinations of endoglucanases and cellobiohydrolases, comprising xyloglu...  
WO/1994/023102A1
Method for the manufacture of an enzymatic sensor characterized in that it consists in implanting carboxyl or derivatives thereof-type covalent binding sites, by oxidation, on a substate consisting of at least one carbon thread comprisin...  
WO/1994/023113A1
Disclosed are methods for treating cotton-containing and non-cotton-containing cellulosic fabrics with cellulase during manufacture of the fabric. In particular, the disclosed methods are directed to contacting the fabric with a fungal c...  
WO/1994/021801A2
The present inventon is directed to purified EG III cellulase enzyme isolated from Trichoderma longibrachiatum and the amino acid sequence of the secreted (mature) and non-secreted (preprotein) forms. The present invention is further dir...  
WO/1994/019527A1
A cellulose preparation which can improve the color and hand of cellulosic fibers while suppressing a lowering in the strengths of the fibers. The cellulose of the preparation can adsorb crystalline cellulose and has an avicellase activi...  
WO/1994/018956A1
The present invention is a timed release drug delivery system using hollow fibers. The drug contents of the voids in the fibers are delivered to the immediate environment of the fiber through the two open ends of each fiber. The present ...  
WO/1994/019529A1
Process for providing improved localised variation in the colour density of the surface of dyed fabrics, the process comprising treating a dyed fabric with a cellulytic enzyme in an aqueous liquor comprising a polymeric agent.  
WO/1994/019528A1
Process for providing improved localised variation in the colour density of the surface of dyed fabrics, the process comprising treating a dyed fabric with a cellulytic enzyme in an aqueous liquor comprising a di- or trivalent cation and...  
WO/1994/017837A1
Provided is a multilayer nonwoven material, comprising a surface layer which comes into contact with the skin, and one or more other layers which do not come into contact with the skin, wherein said surface layer which comes into contact...  
WO/1994/012578A1
This invention relates to an improved cellulase treatment of cellulosic fabrics to improve fabric quality with respect to handle and appearance without loss of fabric wettability. Cellulosic fabrics are subjected to two treatments with c...  
WO/1994/010286A1
An agent based on aliphatic hydrocarbons, fatty acids, fatty acid salts, fatty acid esters, contains in an aqueous medium a fatty acid condensation product from a natural fat and hydroxyalkyl polyamine as well as at least one iodine carb...  
WO/1994/007998A1
A cellulase variant of a parent cellulase, e.g. a cellulase classified in family 45 such as a Humicola insolens 43 kD endoglucanase, comprising a cellulose binding domain (CBD), a catalytically active domain (CAD) and a region linking th...  
WO/1994/007983A1
Disclosed are improved aqueous processes and compositions for obtaining a "stonewashed" look in colored fabric while reducing the amount of redeposition of colorant onto the fabric, as well as the fabrics produced from these methods. In ...  
WO/1994/003570A1
The present invention relates to the use of selected modified polyesters known for their soil-release properties, as cleaning agents for grease stain removal of fabrics, in combination with selected surfactants of low ethoxylation degree.  
WO/1994/001474A1
A polymerizable monomer represented by general formula (1), a polymer thereof, a process for producing the same, and the use of the polymer, wherein R1 represents hydrogen, methyl, chloro or cyano; R2 represents C1-C4 alkylene; R3 repres...  
WO/1993/022428A1
Disclosed are improved methods for treating cotton-containing fabrics as well as the fabrics produced from these methods. In particular, the disclosed methods are directed to contacting cotton-containing fabrics with an aqueous solution ...  
WO/1993/021294A1
The present invention relates to the use of selected modified polyesters known for their soil-release properties as cleaning agents for cotton-containing fabrics, thus being able to provide a cleaning effect on such fabrics after only on...  
WO/1993/020208A1
Disclosed are methods for producing substantially pure EG III cellulase from Trichoderma spp. In particular the methods of the present invention comprise separation of the EG III cellulase component from an aqueous mixture of enzymes by ...  
WO/1993/020278A1
This invention is in the field of Bio-Polishing. More specifically, the invention relates to a process for achieving Bio-Polishing effects during the manufacture of cellulosic fabrics.  
WO/1993/017558A1
A disinfecting composition comprising stable aqueous solutions of (a) a blend of biocidally active terpenes, (b) one or more biocidally active surfactants, (c) one or more proton donor type biocides, and (d) a salt of mono, di or trihydr...  
WO/1993/017174A1
Disclosed are methods for enhancing the quality of printing on cotton-containing fabrics. Specifically, these methods disclosed herein recite the pretreatment of cotton-containing fabrics with cellulase prior to printing in order to enha...  
WO/1993/017175A1
Disclosed are methods for enhancing the quality of printing on cotton-containing fabrics. Specifically, these methods disclosed herein recite the pretreatment of cotton-containing fabrics with cellulase prior to printing with a dye in or...  
WO/1993/014259A1
In a process for applying substances to fibre materials and textile substrates from a fluid phase, in which a supercritical fluid or a liquefied gas or gas mixture is used as the fluid, the substances are dissolved in the liquid or super...  
WO/1993/013261A1
Disclosed are strength loss resistant methods for treating cotton toweling with cellulase so as to impart permanent softening to the toweling. In particular, the methods disclosed herein involve the application of a specified amount of c...  
WO/1993/013256A1
Removal of hydrophobic esters from fabric comprises the sequential steps of: 1) impregnating the fabric with an aqueous solution of lipase to a liquor pick-up ratio of 50-200 %; 2) incubating the impregnated fabric at 15-70 °C for 1-24 ...  
WO/1993/010154A1
Collagen-like polymers having repetitive triads are produced having reduced proline content, where glycine is the initial amino acid and the subsequent amino acids are varied, while retaining at least a minimum percentage of prolines. Th...  
WO/1993/006729A1
Disclosed are mixtures with an antimicrobial action, containing chloracetamide compounds and iodopropynyloxyethanol carbamate compounds in the ratio by weight of 300:1 to 0.05:1, and the use of such mixtures in providing materials in the...  

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