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Family Fun Day at the Royal Institution

Children, each labelled as one of the 20 amino acids, doing some

Children, each labelled as one of the 20 amino acids, doing some "folding"

At the Royal Institution in London on Saturday 13th May Professor Elspeth Garman, assisted by Dr Helena Taberman and Diane Barret gave 3 demonstration lectures at their ‘Family Fun Day’ designed for under 11 year olds. Here the children, each labelled as one of the 20 amino acids that constitute proteins, are making a protein by first forming a line and then ‘folding’, stabilised by a disulphide bridge between the 2 children who are cysteines.

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