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Aciniform silk protein (AcSp1) is the primary component of wrapping silk, the toughest of the spider silks because of a… (More)
- International journal of molecular sciences
Spider aciniform (wrapping) silk is a remarkable fibrillar biomaterial with outstanding mechanical properties. It is a modular… (More)
Textile industry today is known to be the biggest polluter of environment resulting in ecological imbalance and depletion of… (More)
We investigated the natural variation in silk composition and mechanical performance of the orb-weaving spider Argiope… (More)
Spider silks are desirable biomaterials characterized by high tensile strength, elasticity, and biocompatibility. Spiders produce… (More)
A modified forced silking procedure was developed to allow an accurate study of the tensile properties of spider (Argiope… (More)