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Scientists have newly spotted an antibiotic from spider silk that can be used to extract developmental medicines to heal the wounds.
Spider silk is stronger than steel, earnestly elastic and a natural marvel and is now being used by the scientists by adding antibiotics for wound healing and recovery.
The scientists at The University of Nottingham, after a great research of 5 years have successfully arrived to develop a technique using ‘click-chemistry’ to tailor spider silk to various applications.
The technique enables the rapid growth of biocompatible, mono or multi-functionalized silk structures that will be further useful in the fields of tissues and biomedicine.
The spider silk is a wonder material and is useful in advanced dressings for the treatment of slow-healing wounds as diabetic ulcers and tissue regeneration can be speeded up by silk f