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|Title:||Genetically engineered silk-based composite biomaterials functionalized with fibronectin type-II that promote cell adhesion|
|Author(s):||Pereira, Ana Margarida Macedo Bernardes|
Costa, André Manuel Abreu
Ribeiro, Artur J.
Gomes, Andreia Castro
Leonor, I. B.
Reis, R. L.
|Abstract(s):||[Excerpt] Recombinant protein-based polymers (rPBPs) are an emerging class of biopolymers inspired by Nature and produced by synthetic protein biotechnology approaches. Due to their exceptional physical-chemical and biological characteristics, as well as their ability to be customized for specific applications, rPBPs have been explored for the development of advanced biomaterials . Within rPBPs, silk-like polymers (SLP) are being utilized in a range of studies in materials science . [...]|
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