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Humenik M., Scheibel T., Smith A.

Spider Silk: Understanding the Structure–Function Relationship of a Natural Fiber

Prog. Mol. Biol. Transl. Sci. 103, 131-185.

Eisoldt L., Smith A., Scheibel T.

Decoding the secrets of spider silk

Materials Today 14, 80–86

Spiess K., Lammel A., Scheibel T.

Recombinant spider silk proteins for applications in biomaterials

Macromol.Biosci.2011, S32-S41

Humenik M., Smith A., Scheibel T.

Recombinant spider silks – biopolymers with potential for future applications

Polymers 3, 640–661  

Hagn F., Thamm C., Scheibel T., Kessler H.

pH-dependent dimerization and salt-dependent stabilization of the N-terminal domain of spider dragline silk – Implications for fiber formation

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 50, 310-313

Lammel A., Schwab M., Hofer M., Winter G., Scheibel T.

Recombinant spider silk particles as drug delivery vehicles

Biomaterials 32, 2233–2240  

Hagenaua A., Papadopoulos P., Kremer F., Scheibel T.

Mussel collagen molecules with silk-like domains as load-bearing elements in distal byssal threads

J. Structural Biol. 175, 339-347  

Schacht K., Scheibel T.

Controlled hydrogel formation of a recombinant spider silk protein

Biomacromol. 12, 2488–2495  

Spiess K., Ene R., Keenan C D., Senker J., Kremerb F., Scheibel T.

Impact of initial solvent on thermal stability and mechanical properties of recombinant spider silk films

J. Mater. Chem. 21, 13594-13604  

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