• Produces synthetic spider silk using an Escherichia coli (E.coli)-based fermentation system; also works on developing pathways using goats, transgenic alfalfa, bacteria, and silkworm systems
  • Claims its spider silk proteins are much larger, and more similar to natural spider...

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