Monday, April 23, 2012


All living creatures are coded by the same four nucleic acids, just put together in different orders. Hydrogen bonding allows for the bases to pair up into a twisted ladder structure, which is key to replication, transcription and translation. William Keckler shares this mosaic of the familiar DNA double helix. I suspect that this is actually digitally created rather than built of actual LEGO brick.

1 comment:

  1. The digital maker of this confesses (amid great gnashing of teeth and wailing and beating of chest covered by hair shirt). ;-) Cool blog ya got here.