Use of silk in ancient Egypt

@article{Lubec1993UseOS,
  title={Use of silk in ancient Egypt},
  author={G. Lubec and J. Holaubek and C. Feldl and B. Lubec and E. Strouhal},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1993},
  volume={362},
  pages={25-25}
}
Comparative analysis of proteins from Bombyx mori and Antheraea pernyi cocoons for the purpose of silk identification.
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