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ST LOUIS - Engineers at Washington University in St. Louis, whose previous academic achievements include lab engineered bacteria that produced recombinant spider silk, have taken their methods further and designed amyloid silk hybrid proteins. 

The new proteins are said to form fibres which the researchers claim are even stronger and tougher than some natural spider silks and Kevlar. 

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