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Fibroins
(Fibroin)


Fibrous proteins secreted by insects and spiders. Generally, the term refers to silkworm fibroin secreted by the silk gland cells of SILKWORMS, bombyx mori. Spider fibroins are called spidroins or dragline silk fibroins

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Silk <b><b>Fibroin</b></b>
Silk <b>Fibroin</b>
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File:Silk <b>fibroin</b> primary
File:Silk fibroin primary
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<b>fibroin</b> protein in silk
fibroin protein in silk
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B. mori silk <b>fibroin</b> heavy
B. mori silk fibroin heavy
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<b>fibroin</b> being the
fibroin being the
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(B) Silk <b>fibroin</b> prepared from
(B) Silk fibroin prepared from
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Silk <b>Fibroin</b> Structure Before
Silk Fibroin Structure Before
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(B) Silk <b>fibroin</b> prepared from
(B) Silk fibroin prepared from
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FibroinSericinNerve guidance conduitDemineralizing (silk worm cocoon)Egg case (Chondrichthyes)The Silk Industry of CheshireHistory of silkSilk in the Indian subcontinentAssam silkSilk comforter

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