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2012ECF and TCF bleaching of saccharum officinerum-co89003 bagasse soda-aq pulp with alkali-thermo-tolerant crude xylanase from coprinellus disseminatus sw-1 NTCC1165Agnihotri S.; Dutt D.; Vidyarthi A.K.
2010Studies on Hibiscus cannabinus, Hibiscus sabdariffa, and Cannabinus sativa pulp to be a substitute for softwood pulp- Part 2: SAS-AQ and NSSC-AQ delignification processesDutt D.; Upadhyaya J.S.; Tyagi C.H.
2003Development of specialty paper is an art: Azure laid ledger paper from indigenous raw material - Part VDutt D.; Upadhyaya J.S.; Jindal A.K.; Tyagi C.H.
2011Environmentally friendly totally chlorine free bleaching of wheat straw pulp using novel cellulase-poor xylanases of wild strains of Coprinellus disseminatusSingh S.; Dutt D.; Tyagi C.H.
1992Studies on alkaline sulphite anthraquinone pulping of bagasseUpadhyaya J.S.; Dutt D.
2013Purification, bio-chemical characterization, homology modeling and active site binding mode interactions of thermo-alkali-tolerant β-1,4 endoxylanase from Coprinus cinereus LK-D-NCIM-1369Kumar L.; Dutt D.; Tapas S.; Kumar P.
2016Co-cultivation of Penicillium sp. AKB-24 and Aspergillus nidulans AKB-25 as a cost-effective method to produce cellulases for the hydrolysis of pearl millet stoverKumar A.; Gautam A.; Dutt D.
2004Studies on pulp and paper - Making characteristics of some Indian non-woody fibrous raw materials: Part 1Dutt D.; Upadhyaya J.S.; Malik R.S.; Tyagi C.H.
2008Studies on Ipomea carnea and Cannabis sativa as an alternative pulp blend for softwood: An optimization of kraft delignification processDutt D.; Upadhyaya J.S.; Tyagi C.H.; Kumar A.; Lal M.
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.