The tRNA. The cell’s translator. Helping to make sense of our genetic code by translating mRNA messages into protein. This button shows the general structure of the tRNA.
Buttons are super fun to decorate your clothes, hats, bags or backpacks/knapsacks. They also make great gifts for students and teachers and stocking stuffers during the holiday season.
Give them as small tokens of appreciation or favours at weddings, baby showers, or parties. For bulk orders, please e-mail to discuss pricing.
Diameter: 1.5 inches
Quantity: 1 button
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