Ribosomal Free Love

Skip to ca. 3 mins for the magic. Using the dance idiom.

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What a flashback. I remember seeing this flick in Biochem; it was a student favorite. :) Happy times.

This is hilarious. I imagine if it was recreated today it would have a soundtrack of hiphop and much less clothing.

What, no free radicals

I saw this as an undergrad, and it's super cool, and really realllly nerdy. =)

But, I have to say, I miss the small molecules. We used to get a new fun molecule every few days. Are you guys running out?

By Vince Noir (not verified) on 15 May 2009 #permalink