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New music video from science rappers at Stanford

You may be familiar with the science rappers at Stanford from their 2009 Internet hit "Regulatin' Genes."

Now the dynamic rap duo are back with a new video about glycolysis, the citric acid cycle and the electron transport chain. Stanford Human Biology instructor Tom McFadden and university student Derrick Davis perform the song, which pays homage to "Hate it or love it" by 50 Cent/The Game and "On to the next one" by Jay-Z.

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