Silk-silk interactions between silkworm fibroin and recombinant spider silk fusion proteins enable construction of bioactive materials

Nilebäck, L., Chouhan, D., Jansson, R., Widhe, M., Mandal, B., Hedhammar, M.
(2017) ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces9 (37), pp 31634–31644

Efficient protein production inspired by how spiders make silk

Kronqvist, N., Sarr, M., Lindqvist, A., Nordling, K., Otikovs, M., Venturi, L., Pioselli, B., Purhonen, P., Landreh, M., Biverstål, H., Toleikis, Z., Sjöberg, L., Robinson, C.V., Pelizzi, N., Jörnvall, H., Hebert, H., Jaudzems, K., Curstedt, T., Rising, A., Johansson, J.
(2017) Nature communications 8:15504

Ultrastrong and Bioactive Nanostructured Bio-Based Composites

Mittal, N., Jansson, R., Widhe, M., Benselfelt, T., Håkansson, K.M.O., Lundell, F., Hedhammar, M., Söderberg, L.D.
(2017) ACS Nano, 11 (5), pp 5148–5159

Self-assembly of recombinant silk as a strategy for chemical-free formation of bioactive coatings: a real-time study

Nilebäck, L., Hedin, J., Widhe, M., Floderus, L., Krona, A., Bysell, H., Hedhammar, M.
(2017) BioMacromolecules, 18(3), pp. 846-854

Genetic fusion of single-chain variable fragments to partial spider silk improves target detection in micro- and nanoarrays

Thatikonda, N., Delfani, P., Jansson, R., Petersson, L., Lindberg, D., Wingren, C., Hedhammar, M.
(2016) Biotechnology Journal, 11 (3), pp. 437-448

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