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Celebrate a friendship with someone with whom you pair well by giving your friend one side of the pair and keeping the other. Genes are written in DNA and RNA molecules using a code of chemical units called bases. These bases form pairs, which is critical to their function. In DNA, A (adenine) pairs with T (thymine) and G (guanine) pairs with C (cytosine). In RNA, G pairs with C and A pairs with U (uracil). The charms are based on shapes of the bases. They are strung onto a chain at the place where they would normally connect to the sugar-phosphate backbone. This set of two necklaces comes with your choice of A-T, A-U, or G-C. The charms are about .75 inch long, are made with high-quality reclaimed/recycled sterling silver, and strung on your choice of sterling silver snake chain or black cotton cords with sterling silver clasps. These come in a recycled gift box and include an informational card about the molecules.Made With Molecules offers original, handmade, high quality jewelry by scientist-turned-artist Raven Hanna, PhD. MWM uses Earth-friendly and people-friendly practices in a solar-powered sugarcane shack on the flank of Kilauea volcano. A percentage of profits are donated to environmental and science education nonprofit organizations. See other molecular jewelry offerings in my shop. Thank you!
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