EDVOTEK® is proud to announce that we are the exclusive US-based distributor for ALL Origami Organelles and we add new models regularly! Origami Organelles are downloadable paper models for teaching science. When you purchase a model, you are licensed for unlimited use on a single site or campus. BUY ONCE, PRINT FOREVER! Follow the steps below!
- Purchase your favorite model from www.edvotek.com
- Download the files. They can now be printed as many times as you want!
- Follow the directions to cut out your model pieces.
- Build the model using tape according to the instructions.
- Incorporate the model into your curriculum!
Topics include cell biology, genetics, disease & immunity, biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, plant biology, microbiology, chemistry, earth science & more! Origami Organelles are perfect for in-person instruction or for distance learning at home!
And of course we have some favorite models! See below:
The model shows how the important medical test, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), is used to detect patients who have a virus or who have previously been exposed to a virus.
The model includes the viral envelope, RNA genome, spike protein, membrane protein, envelope protein and the enzymes replicase and protease.
The model shows how RNA vaccines make vaccinated cells produce viral proteins (antigens), display them on their cell surface in MHC molecules and stimulate an immune response. This immune response involves cytotoxic T cells, the production of antibodies and the creation of memory cells.
Students learn about plasmid structure, use of vectors, marker genes, restriction enzymes recognition sites, sticky ends, multiple cloning sites, and promoters.
CRISPR is a revolutionary new genetic engineering technique that makes editing genomes easy and inexpensive. It is based on a type of immune system found in many types of prokaryote.
Students make their model and then use it to look at how these cells are specialized for their function. They can identify the main features including axon, dendrite, cell body, synaptic terminals, and organelles.