Superabsorbent bacterial cellulose film produced from industrial residue of cashew apple juice processing

BC from K. xylinus ARS B42 presented a high thermal resistance and a remarkable absorption capacity (14664 %), suggesting that it might be used as a superabsorbent biomaterial.

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