Recombinant fibrous protein production and applications

Yigit, Sezin.

Abstract: Fibrous proteins are natural polymers with repetitive units that form higher order structures upon supramolecular interactions. These polymers are most frequently built from structural building blocks owing to the unique mechanical properties that stem from the hierarchical alignment of the smaller units. The facile production of tunable recombinant fibrous proteins as alternatives to th... read more

Tufts University. Department of Chemistry.
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