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Batch Cybrid: A Fusion of Fresh Minds

Compiled By: Noelle D. Mercado (Hybrizyme)
Cybrid, or cytoplasmic hybrid are made by combining one cell from an organism and a cytoplast or an enucleated cell of another. Since cybrids are mixtures of nuclear genes of one organism and mitochondrial genes of another one, they are usually studied to dissociate the contribution of the said genes. Being the youngest batch of Genesoc, know more about how these gals contribute each of their own distinct and admiring personalities to the gene pool.

Saina People often have the misconception that she is a snob. On the contrary, she just has a shy personality. Behind her austere look is a sweet girl with a pure heart. Once you get to know her, she is a person who likes to spread positivity around her and always try to see the good in everything. Saina envelopes people with a blissful aura, which lasts longer than any human beauty.

The amount of effort she exerts for the things she love has always been the best attribute about her. Her intere…

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