First-ever spider glue genes sequenced, paving way to next biomaterials breakthrough 

Researchers have determined the first-ever complete sequences of two spider glue genes. Spider glue is a modified form of spider silk that keeps a spider’s prey stuck in its web, and it could have applications in organic pest control and beyond.

Source: First-ever spider glue genes sequenced, paving way to next biomaterials breakthrough: Huge spider glue genes proved exceptionally challenging to sequence, could lead to organic pest control and more — ScienceDaily