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Self-Assembly and Orientation (a 4-page set of models for comparison)

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Overview and Learning Objectives

User can see the impact of the way polymers orient to one another.

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Molecular Biology

  • Polymer
  • Self-assembly

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Textbook References

  • Biology (Miller and Levine) Prentice Hall 5th Edition - Unit 2: Chapter 7 - Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis
  • Cell Biology (Pollard and Earnshaw) Saunders 2002 - Chapter Four: Macromolecular AAssembly
  • Cell Biology (Pollard and Earnshaw) Saunders 2002 - Chapter One: General Principles of Cellular Organization

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Created by CC Project: Molecular Logic using Molecular Workbench

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  • Java 1.5+ - Java 1.5+ is available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X 10.4 and greater. If you are using Mac OS X 10.3, you can download MW Version 1.3 and explore within it instead.

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