Honeybee-blue with amilCP protein
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The honeybee silk protein is largely used in many areas, such as textile and medical, and it is better than spider silk protein and common silk protein in some ways. By linking it with a chromoprotein, we make the silk protein visualized and colorful, which will make the honeybee protein more useful in application and easier in practical production.
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