Genetic code set

  • Structure and synthesis of DNA, RNA and proteins
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Data sheet Genetic code set


Understanding through manipulating ...
By using this simplified model, your students quickly assimilate the mechanisms of conservation, transmission, transcription and translation of genetic information.

Easy and fast installation
- All elements (bases, amino acids, transfer RNA, bonds) engage each other by simply sliding.
- Excellent mechanical resistance for repeated use.

A very useful strain...
- Ability to perform mountings on a plane (representation of RNA for example),
- mountings in a double helix (case of theDNA).

The inputs rae used to build and understand:
- the DNA, the genetic code carrier,
- bases and their pairings, the double helix structure
-the complementarity of component strands,
- the strand separation followed by the replication, producing two identical DNA
- the synthesis of a messenger RNA from a stranded
- the codon, the basic unit of genes,
- the proteins synthesis,
- encoding amino acids.


- Adenine
- Cytosine
- Thymine
- Guanine: 4 x 24
- Uracile (ARN): 24
- Flexible connections: 120
- Amino acids: 20 (x 2) tRNA: 16

Other Specifications

Connection between 2 bases: 38 mm
Base (h x l): 2 x 1,5 cm
Amino acids (h x l): 1,5 x 2,3 cm
ARNt (l x h): 9,8 x 1,6 cm