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Keyword - Silk protein (KW-0737)

Definition

Protein found in silk, a strong, soft, lustrous fiber made of fibroin, a structural protein consisting almost entirely of stacked antiparallel beta pleated sheets. It is produced by certain spiders and by the larvae of certain bombycine moths.

Category

Molecular function

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Silk proteinMolecular function
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