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Ms. Thompson's 10th Grade Folders
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Name: Ms. Thompson's 10th Grade Folders
Manager: kath2656
Type: Moderated
Formed: 12/10/16
Description: This is the homepage to the online component of our protein folding unit.

Welcome fellow folders! This is the homepage to the online component of our protein folding unit.

As discussed in class, proteins can be found in every part of the human body. We will be using this game to develop a stronger sense of cellular makeup - specifically, the structure, composition, and importance of protein folding.

Please create your usernames in the following format, without spaces:
First two letters of your first name, first two letters of your last name, and four numbers of your choosing.
For example, since my name is Katie Thompson, my username is KaTh2656.

Once you have completed the introductory puzzles, you will be quizzed on the basic concepts taught throughout the game.

I know that this may seem daunting, but remember, I first played this game with less background knowledge than you. Even the creators of the game sugegst that you start wherever you are, and go from there, developing knowledge and having fun along the way.

There are instructions within the game that I encourage you to jot down for future reference. As always, you can email me with any questions, or ask your peers via the group chat feature.

Happy folding!

Ms. Thompson


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PuzzleRankScorePointsLast Played
1316: Unsolved De-novo Freestyle 92184,418112/11/16
Beginner Puzzle (<150): Easy Mini Freestyle117,893612/11/16


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Developed by: UW Center for Game Science, UW Institute for Protein Design, Northeastern University, Vanderbilt University Meiler Lab, UC Davis
Supported by: DARPA, NSF, NIH, HHMI, Amazon, Microsoft, Adobe, RosettaCommons