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BATCH POLYPLEX: BOUNDED AND DIVING AS ONE

by Camille Faith Duran (Polyplex)



Polyplex is a synthetic complex of protein polymers and nucleic acids used as a nonviral vector in gene delivery, a process involving the introduction of foreign material such as DNA and/or RNA into a host cell to induce gene expression. It is commonly used in gene therapies where it aims to treat diseases such as cancer, immune system-related diseases, blood diseases, and more. 
14 new individuals bound by the same goal dived into the gene pool, similar to how new DNA is introduced into a host cell bounded by a Polyplex. Camille Faith Duran, Alyssa Ausa, Loriejoice Anne Manalo, Nelieza Tubeza, Kyle Anikehn Francisco, Hannah Lim Cueto, Jessica Mae Cortezano, Jonalyn Jame Catedrilla, Drew Kyla Baysa, Rosel Francheska de Grano, Bryan Harold Vital, BS Biology students; and Aljon Garcia, and Angelo Hernandez, BS Agriculture students. To know more about them, here are statements about their interests, dreams, and passions.
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