1. a simple protein found in horny and cartilaginous tissues and in the lens of the eye
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  • Sponges have an internal skeleton composed of needle-like elements called spicules, which can be composed of calcium carbonate, opaline silica, or fibres of the scleroprotein spongin.
  • It is a scleroprotein present largely in cuticular structures such as hair, nails, horn. The Treasure-Train
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