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This project was successfully funded on January 6, 2012.

Cute molecule plush dolls that magnetically interact for science education and outreach.

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DNA plush dolls are shipping soon!

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The plush dolls are almost here!

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Final doll designs & Shipping Schedule

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Happy Holidays!

Thanks to your support, we surpassed $30,000 (375% of the goal)!  I've already begun the production process and am excited to send the dolls to you in the new year.  

Meanwhile, hope you have a warm and joyful holiday!

Explanation: There are 20 amino acids that string together to make up every protein in the human body.  Each amino acid has a one-letter designation, so Histidine (H) - Alanine (A) - Proline (P) … you get the idea.  The only odd one is Pyrrolysine (O), which is only found in some bacteria and archaea. 

Link to e-card: http://biochemies.com/dna/holiday.jpg

~Jun