Surface properties and conformation of Nephila clavipes spider recombinant silk proteins at the air-water interface.

Abstract

The dragline fiber of spiders is composed of two proteins, the major ampullate spidroins I and II (MaSpI and MaSpII). To better understand the assembly mechanism and the properties of these proteins, the adsorption behavior of the recombinant proteins of the spider Nephila clavipes produced by Nexia Biotechnologies Inc. has been studied at the air-water… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/la900475q

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