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The conserved C-terminal domain of spider tubuliform spidroin 1 contributes to extensibility in synthetic fibers
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Gnesa, Eric Henry. (2011). The conserved C-terminal domain of spider tubuliform spidroin 1 contributes to extensibility in synthetic fibers. University of the Pacific, Dissertation/Thesis. http://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/771
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