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Artificial RNA, We Make Them Now
Short hairpin RNA is an artificial piece of RNA that looks like a hairpin and it is used to silence gene expression by asking the cell (nicely) to make siRNA (small interfering RNA). To get these little pieces of RNA into the cell, scientists use either viral or bacterial vectors to sneak them in. After that, the cell is their oyster. Our vertical shRNA necklace makes a great gift to yourself. Or buy it for a friend who loves gene editing, genetic engineering, and microscopic vectors.
- 925 polished sterling silver
- pendant length: 34 mm
- silver chain with lobster clasp (ø 1.8 mm, 45 cm)
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Step into the fascinating world of cellular biology through our unique jewelry designs. These pieces serve as wearable reflections of life's microscopic wonders, capturing the aesthetics of DNA strands, cellular formations, and more. Far from simple adornments, they spark dialogue and honor the captivating complexities found within biological research. Merging scientific accuracy with artistic flair, each creation offers a tactile experience that bridges the gap between scientific inquiry and aesthetic appreciation.
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