This a DNA molecule made in the form of a pendant. Technically, this is a diagrammatic representation of a deoxyribonucleic acid molecule made in the form of a pendant. It is a representation of normal B-DNA having a right-handed helix as first described by Watson and Crick based on Rosalind Franklin's X-ray diffraction images. The foundation for this design was derived from data from the Protein Data Bank
and is comprised of 959 atoms. It is also accurately conformed to scale.
The bail can handle a cord or chain up to 3 mm in diameter.