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Double helix models are pretty. Imagine
how much more fun if they were copies
of your dna.
Jewelry, plaques, stationery, desk and
office knickknacks, iPod covers, T
shirts...just about everything that can be
personalized with a name can get a short
dna sequence instead.
Presumably you submit a hair or cheek
to one of those catalog companies and
they send you back the item. Maybe tell
you which chromosome and the
approximate location they took the
||I'll stick with the mini-me.