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Category: Cell Transfection

Building a Better Nanocarrier

August 2019 All Posts Cell Transfection Share
Building a Better Nanocarrier
Branched Amphipathic Peptide Capsules (BAPC) are nanospheres made from an equimolar mixture of two branched peptides:  bis(Ac-FLIVIGSII)-K-K4-CO-NH2 and bis(Ac-FLIVI)-K-K4-CO-NH2. These peptides self-assemble to form solvent-filled, bilayer defined capsules and originate from one of the pore-forming segments of the human heart…
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Cell Transfection Could be a Lot Better

August 2019 All Posts Cell Transfection Share
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Transfection is the process of introducing foreign nucleic acids and CRISPR-Cas9 into cells to produce genetically modified cells. Transfection research has been the foundation of many important scientific and medical breakthroughs in recent years. From creating insect-resistant and more nutritious…
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