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  • Fig. S1. Coacervation of proteins, coacervate infiltration of cellulose, and viscosity of mixtures.
  • Fig. S2. Double-injection CNF-protein fiber spinning and apparatus for making CNF-protein films.
  • Fig. S3. Mean values and SDs of mechanical properties for CNF-only and composite CBM-eADF3-CBM-CNF and CBM-ADF3-CBM-CNF fibers at a protein-to-CNF ratio of 1:2.
  • Fig. S4. Mean values and SDs of mechanical properties for CNF-only and composite CBM-eADF3-CBM-CNF and CBM-ADF3-CBM-CNF fibers at different mixing ratios.
  • Fig. S5. Mean values and SDs of mechanical properties for CNF-only and composite fibers made from mono-, di-, and triblock protein variants.
  • Fig. S6. Effect of orientation on the mechanical properties of the oriented CNF-only and composite CBM-eADF3-CBM-CNF fibers and nonoriented corresponding films.
  • Fig S7. Conformational studies by NMR.
  • Fig S8. Mechanical properties of composite fibers at different RHs.
  • Fig. S9. SEM fractography for all fibers after tensile measurement test.

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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • Movie S1 (.mp4 format). Infiltration of CNFs by CBM-eADF3-CBM coacervates.

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