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Give short definition for sericin
Sericin is a type of protein created by Bombyx mori (silkworms) in the production of silk.
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A Sericin is a water-soluble glycoprotein that binds the two fibroin filaments of a silk fibre.
Added 14 days ago|4/10/2019 5:06:31 PM
Confirmed by Sting [4/11/2019 11:22:10 AM], Sting [4/11/2019 11:22:10 AM], Unconfirmed by Sting [4/11/2019 11:26:18 AM]
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