Silks are fibrous proteins with remarkable mechanical properties produced in fiber form by silkworms and spiders silk fibers in the form of sutures have been used for centuries recently regenerated silk solutions have been used to form a variety of biomaterials such as gels sponges and films for medical applications. Silk proteins as a novel biomaterial amol r padol k jayakumar on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers silk is a natural polymer synthesized and secreted by specialized silk gland of the silk worm silk is evolved as an ideal biomaterial can provide functional insight into relationships between polymer science and molecular biology. Silk based biomaterial systems have been previously explored for a variety of medical and nonmedical materials needs the unique biophysical features of silks provide options to generate highly tailored structures and morphologies with this unique family of fibrous proteins to exploit these features we have optimized the all aqueous processing of silk fibroin into novel surface nanopatterned . The results of this study demonstrate that aneroin a new repertoire of silk like protein found in sea anemones has potential for use as a novel fibrous biomaterial. Silk proteins as a novel biomaterial considering the drawbacks of synthetic biomaterials the use of silk and silk proteins as natural biomaterial could be of great value
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