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European scientists extract enzymes from fungi to produce environment-friendly textile dyes

European scientists have developed the use of enzymes secreted by fungi to produce textile dyes. Qu and others claim that this production method is a new and environmentally friendly method

this production project is part of the sophied project implemented by the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, funded by the European Union. Researchers are expected to increase the share of unidirectional and multiaxial fabrics extracted from fungi in composite materials, surpassing the lattice fabric enzyme to produce dyes for textiles and leather

where is the specific classification of the final dye production wear testing machine? The strain combines enzymes with nanoscale silica particles that stabilize enzymes and decompose proteins. The new dye is directly attached to polyamide, wool or silk fibers without adding additional chemicals that may pollute water quality and cause allergies

one of the main advantages of traditional dyes is that they are washable and wear-resistant, and bleached clothes are not easy to fade due to sunlight

according to the initial test results of the new environmentally friendly dye, the color will begin to fade only under the sun. The researchers suggest that the dye and its weight are only comparable to that of a small car. At the initial stage of cutting, it should be used in dyed clothing with limited sun exposure, such as underwear and socks

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