Pair of Spider Genomes Offer Look into Venom and Silk Production | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – An assembly of the social velvet spider genome and a draft assembly of the tarantula genome, reported in Nature Communications today, have provided a peek into the evolution of spider venom and silk production.

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