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WO/1993/005226A1
Methods and compositions are provided for the modification of polysaccharide structures using polysaccharidase binding or catalytic domains either alone or in tandem to modify the structure of polysaccharides. These methods and compositi...  
WO/1993/001346A1
In order to finish or treat wool or woollen fibre so as to provide as felt-free a surface as possible, the wool or fibres are briefly treated by means of a substantially strongly acid, aqueous solution of potassium permanganate.  
WO/1993/000795A1
A textile fabric containing an insoluble copper salt for use in controlling growth of plant roots. The fabric comprises a water insoluble polymeric binder such as a latex, and a water insoluble copper product, preferably copper carbonate...  
WO/1993/000815A1
Compositions of a polymer and a photosensitiser capable of catalysing the formation of singlet oxygen from triplet oxygen under the influence of visible light have photobactericidal properties and autosterile character on exposure to vis...  
WO/1993/000407A1
Disclosed is a treated material including a base material such as an extrudate, a woven fabric, or unwoven fibers, a disperse dye-type molecule such as a dye or antibiotic dispersed within and non-covalently adhered to the base material,...  
WO/1992/018687A1
Dye leached from dyed or printed textiles in an aqueous solution can be decolourized by adding enzymes that utilize hydrogen peroxide or molecular oxygen for the oxidation of organic or inorganic substances, including coloured substances...  
WO/1992/017285A1
The present invention relates to a method for imparting biocidal protection to clothing or other fabrics which comprises contacting the clothing or other fabrics with a biocidally effective amount of pyrithione acid, or salt(s) thereof, ...  
WO/1992/017572A1
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 a cellulase solution...  
WO/1992/017574A1
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/1992/014810A1
A method of improving the stability and broadening the range of pH stability of an aqueous solution of from about 0.001 % to 5 % by weight of a water soluble organosilane containing hydrolyzable groups such as methyltrimethoxysilane, 3-(...  
WO/1992/010933A1
An article which is capable of dispensing an active agent in the vapour phase, which article comprises a matrix having, at least in part, an active agent dispersed therethrough; wherein the rate of release of said agent from a surface of...  
WO/1992/007134A1
Disclosed are methods for improving the feel and appearance of cotton woven fabrics. In particular, in the methods disclosed herein, cotton woven fabric is contacted with a cellulase solution with agitation under conditions so as to prod...  
WO/1992/006210A1
Disclosed are acidic cellulase compositions enriched in endoglucanase components. Such cellulase compositions impart improved softening properties to detergent compositions when used in acidic, neutral or alkaline washing media. Addition...  
WO/1992/006209A1
A process for transforming the filamentous fungus T. reesei which involves the steps of treating a T. reesei strain with substantially homologous linear recombinant DNA to permit homologous transformation and then selecting the resulting...  
WO/1992/006184A1
Disclosed are detergent compositions containing a cleaning effective amount of a surfactant or a mixture of surfactants and from about 0.01 to about 5 weight percent of substantially pure EG III cellulase. Preferably, the detergent compo...  
WO/1992/006183A1
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/1992/006221A1
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 a cellulase solution...  
WO/1991/019794A1
Addition of ethoxylated C12-C20 alcohol or alkyl-phenol with 10-100 ethoxy groups increases the effect of polysaccharide hydrolases. Practical applications include textile treatment with cellulase and desizing of textile with alpha-amylase.  
WO/1991/019038A1
A method is provided whereby insect-resist active compounds are applied to animal fibres (for example wool) or products thereof (for example carpets) using a largely dry technique. The active insect-resist compound is applied to inert pa...  
WO/1991/017975A1
Tertiary amines and quaternary ammonium compounds which are characteristic in that they contain two longer alkyl or alkenyl groups and at least one ester group which can be hydrolyzed and thereby confer to the compounds a different ionic...  
WO/1991/017243A1
A cellulase preparation consisting essentially of a homogeneous endoglucanase component which is immunoreactive with an antibody raised against a highly purified $m(k)43kD endoglucanase derived from $i(Humicola insolens), DSM 1800, or wh...  
WO/1991/013141A1
The pre-spotter comprises a surfactant free liquid pre-spotter containing alcohol, water and an effective amount of lipase. This pre-spotter is simple and it exhibits an improved fat and oil removing effect and an improved lipase stability.  
WO/1991/013142A1
The pre-spotter comprises a liquid mixture of an alcohol, water, a surfactant, and an effective amount of lipase. This pre-spotter is simple, and it exhibits an improved fat and oil removing effect and an improved lipase stability.  
WO/1991/013136A1
In the process for treatment of textiles by use of an enzyme the enzyme is used in a rinse liquor for a rinsing step after washing. The rinsing agent is an enzyme preparation stabilized against microbial infection. Use of the enzyme in t...  
WO/1991/011306A1
The invention relates to an aqueous preservative composition which comprises a biocidal cation (which may be free cation or may be present as part of a complex) and nitrite ion (which may be free anion or may be present as part of a comp...  
WO/1991/010732A1
An enzyme which exhibits cellulase activity, which enzyme is producible by a strain of Bacillus spp., NCIMB 40250, or a related Bacillus spp. strain, or a derivative of said cellulase. In particular, the enzyme is an endoglucanase with a...  
WO/1991/010772A1
Substances, e.g. insecticides, dyes, fragrances, are encapsulated in microcapsules of e.g. yeast and attached to materials e.g. of cotton or wool with a binder which does not impede the release of the substance from the microcapsule.  
WO/1991/005841A1
Disclosed are detergent compositions containing a combination of exo-cellobiohydrolase I type cellulase components and endoglucanase components wherein the exo-cellobiohydrolase I type cellulase components are enriched relative to the en...  
WO/1991/001801A1
This invention relates to a microcapsule having a particle diameter of 2 to 300 $g(m)m and comprising at least such substances as acting to improve physiological conditions of human skin, for example, substances exhibiting such effects a...  
WO/1991/000353A2
Thermostable and acid stable alpha-amylases are provided as expression products of genetically engineered alpha-amylase genes isolated from microorganisms, preferably belonging to the class of Bacilli. Both chemical and enzymatic mutagen...  
WO/1990/014107A1
A carpet and carpet tile resistant to the growth of Gram negative, Gram positive and fungal organisms which contains a poleric non-plasticized PVC tuftlock precoat, fusion bonding adhesive, or secondary backing which has incorporated in ...  
WO/1990/010400A1
This invention relates to a toothbrush (a) the filament-implanted portions of which are not easily contaminated with germs even when the toothbrush is used for a long period of time. This tooth brush (a) is characterized in that filament...  
WO/1990/010746A1
This invention relates to: (1) antibacterial polyacrylonitrile or polyester fiber and resin containing 1 to 1,000 ppm, preferably 10 to 1,000 ppm, of silver in the form of silver sulfonate, (2) a method of producing the antibacterial pol...  
WO/1990/002790A1
Aqueous processes and compositions of the invention for obtaining a "stone-washed", distressed or "used and abused" look in clothing, particularly in the panels and seams of denim jeans and jackets involve compositions that are stone-fre...  
WO/1990/002101A1
The present invention is a process for in situ biodegradation of spilled hydrocarbons. The process involves drawing oxygen into a hydrocarbon contaminated zone (10). A borehole (8) is drilled into the contaminated zone (10) and gas is ev...  
WO/1989/012107A1
The production of articles from bacterial cellulose is disclosed. A novel process also is disclosed for manufacturing bacterial cellulose which, in turn, is useful for producing a variety of articles.  
WO/1989/010691A1
A biocidal phosphate ester in combination with an inert inorganic or organic particulate or polymeric carrier. The biocidal-carrier composition is useful in extending the effective lifetime of the biocidal phosphate ester when incorporat...  
WO/1989/009813A1
A detergent additive for use in a process for bleaching stained fabric comprises an enzyme exhibiting peroxidase activity and optionally also hydrogen peroxide or a precursor thereof, e.g. a perborate or percarbonate. The detergent addit...  
WO/1989/009259A1
A cellulase preparation useful for reducing the harshness of cotton-containing fabrics and for reducing the rate at which such fabrics become harsh comprises about 40 % or more (based on the total protein content) of an endoglucanase com...  
WO/1989/005449A1
Disclosed is a composite material adaptable to form bodily fluid protection apparel that can alert a wearer that a breach in the apparel has occurred. The apparel comprises a first layer (12) impervious to a bodily fluid and a second lay...  
WO/1989/003909A1
The invention relates to a process for the production of wool and animal hairs with a low-in felt or felt-free finish, with a soft woolly handle and special shrink-resistance and strength. In this process, the wool is treated with a prot...  
WO/1989/003639A1
The invention provides a wipe comprising a flexible substrate, to at least a portion of which has been applied water-insoluble active agent which can be transferred to a surface by wiping and an indicator dye which becomes transferred to...  
WO/1989/000042A1
The invention relates to a quaternized fragrance extender having formula (I), wherein n is an integer having a value of from 1 to 3; R is alkylene containing from 3 to 6 carbon atoms and is optionally substituted with lower alkyl; R1 is ...  
WO/1988/003017A1
The permanent hair color altering composition comprising an aqueous preparation on the basis of melanin dissolution and/or oxidation of a hair colorant dye intermediate, which contains as a swelling and penetration agent, a quaternized a...  
WO/1988/002985A1
The invention relates primarily to quaternized compounds having formula (I), wherein m is an integer having a value of from 1 to 4; R is alkylene having from 3 to 8 carbon atoms and is optionally substituted with C1 to C4 alkyl; R1, R2 a...  
WO/1988/002997A1
A composition comprising an aqueous preparation on the basis of keratin softening, which contains as a hair swelling and penetration agent, a quaternized amino lactam having formula (I), wherein m is an integer having a value of from 1 t...  
WO/1988/002216A1
Compositions comprising a physiologically-active agent and a compound represented by general formula (I), wherein R1 and R2 are independently selected from the group consisting of alkyl and cycloalkyl radicals comprising from 1 to 20 car...  
WO/1988/001131A1
The composition comprising a physiologically-active agent and a composition represented by general formula (I), wherein X may represent sulfur, oxygen or nitrogen; a and b may be 0 or 1, c may be 0, 1 or 2, except that when X is oxygen, ...  
WO/1987/006470A1
An antimicrobially active wet wiper and a method of making the wiper. The wet wiper has an antimicrobially active non-woven web that includes: (i) bonded fibers; (ii) a binder in an amount effective to bind the fibers; and (iii) a first ...  
WO/1987/001989A1
An antimicrobially active, non-woven web, a wet wiper containing the web, and a method of making the web. The method includes the steps of forming an unbonded fibrous web; applying throughout the unbonded fibrous web an uncured polymeric...  

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