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2013Anatomical, morphological and chemical characterization of lignocellulosic by-products of lemon and sofia grasses obtained after recuperation of essential oils by steam distillationKaur H.; Dutt D.
2007Bio-soda-ethanol-water (bio-SEW) delignification of lignocellulosic residues of cymbopogon Martini with phanerochaete chrysosporiumDutt D.; Garg A.P.; Tyagi C.H.; Upadhyay A.K.; Upadhyaya J.S.
2019Characterization of regenerated cellulose prepared from different pulp grades using a green solventGhosh I.; Haider Q.; Sharma C.
2003Cost reduction in absorbent kraft paperDutt D.; Upadhyaya J.S.; Malik R.S.; Tyagi C.H.; Upadhyaya A.K.
2004Development of coating colour formation for duplex board based on plackett burman statistical designRay A.K.; Dutt D.; Tyagi C.H.; Goel A.; Batra A.; Garg G.
2012Effect of enzyme concoctions on fiber surface roughness and deinking efficiency of sorted office paperDutt D.; Tyagi C.H.; Singh R.P.; Kumar A.
2006Effect of xylanases from Aspergillus niger NKUC3-0.2 mutant strain on prebleaching of wheat straw and mixed hardwood pulpsKapur N.; Dutt D.; Singh R.P.; Tyagi C.H.; Nand V.
2013Environmentally friendly and cost-effective method for manufacturing absorbent grade paperDutt D.
2007Hygienic and cost efficient technology for the development of tea bag paper from indigenous raw materialsDutt D.; Tyagi C.H.; Upadhyay J.S.
2013Isolation and biochemical characterization of crude xylanase from Coprinus cinereus AT-1 MTCC 9695 and its effectiveness in biodeinking of SOPDutt D.; Tyagi C.H.; Singh R.P.; Gautam A.; Agnohotri S.; Kumar A.
2014Mitigation of adsorbable organic halides in combined effluents of wheat straw soda-AQ pulp bleached with cellulase-poor crude xylanases of coprinellus disseminatus in elemental chlorine free bleachingSingh S.; Dutt D.
2014Optimization of cellulase production under solid-state fermentation by Aspergillus flavus (AT-2) and Aspergillus niger (AT-3) and its impact on stickies and ink particle size of sorted office paperDutt D.; Kumar A.
2015Optimization of submerged fermentation conditions for two xylanase producers Coprinellus disseminates MLK-01NTCC-1180 and MLK-07NTCC-1181and their biochemical characterizationLal Mohan; Dutt Dharm; Kumar Amit; Gautam Archana
2014Potential of cheap cellulosic residue as carbon source in amylase production by Aspergillus niger SH-2 for application in enzymatic desizing at high temperaturesSingh S.; Sharma S.; Kaur C.; Dutt D.
2007Recycling potential of Saccharum munja pulpGarg M.; Gautam A.K.; Singh S.P.
2003Studies on cost reduction of barrier paper without affecting qualityDutt D.; Upadhyaya J.S.; Malik R.S.; Tyagi C.H.
2005Studies on the pulp and papermaking characteristics of some indian non-woody fibrous raw materials. iDutt D.; Upadhyaya J.S.; Malik R.S.; Tyagi C.R.
2011The effect of 2,2-dibromo-3-nitrilopropionamide, 2-(thiocyanomethylthio) benzothioazole and alkali dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride on microorganisms in a paper machine white water system, on machine runnability and paper qualityDutt D.; Tyagi C.H.