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Bamboo processing was performed with commercial cellulase. The properties of cellulase and the effect of high temperature pretreatment on cellulase hydrolysis of bamboo were investigated. Results indicated that cellulase hydrolysis performed fast and dramatically within 30 minutes, and then gradually reached its balance. It was found that pretreatment played an active role in cellulase processing, which enhanced the saccharification of bamboo and benefited highmolecular-weight lignin degradation and removal. Additionally, a better performance of bamboo processing was achieved under the cellulase concentration of 15IU in total reaction system of 100 ml at 50 °C, pH 4.8, together with the high temperature pretreatment of 120 °C for 15 minutes.
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