Chanuk Jeong

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Cell-penetrating peptides (CPPs) have been widely used to deliver nucleic acid molecules. Generally, CPPs consisting of short amino acid sequences have a linear structure, resulting in a weak complexation and low transfection efficacy. To overcome these drawbacks, a novel type of CPP is required to enhance the delivery efficacy while maintaining its safe(More)
BACKGROUND Cell penetrating peptides (CPPs) as one class of non-viral vectors, have been widely explored as a delivery tool due to their cell-penetrating capability with low cytotoxicity. However, CPPs have reported to have low gene transfection efficiency mainly due to the fact that DNA is larger than other biomolecules. On the other hand, the conventional(More)
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