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Publisher: American Chemical Society
Kaplan, David, Adams, E. Wade, Farmer, Barry
Characterizes the mechanical and molecular structure of silks with an emphasis on development and application of high-performance and composite materials. Discusses the synthesis of native and synthetic silks and silk-like materials, with particular focus on genetic encoding and engineering. Examines the structure-property relationship of silks and silk-like materials. Serves as an aid in the design of polymers targeted for specific functions.Kaplan, David is the author of 'Silk Polymers Materials Science and Biotechnology' with ISBN 9780841227439 and ISBN 0841227438.
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