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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or containing a polycation

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Examples

  • Histones and other polycationic proteins are known to bind strongly to polyanions, most notably the highly sulphated glycosaminoglycan, heparin.

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  • A second, complementary delivery technology known as PolyTran (TM) uses a library of novel peptide-based biodegradable polycationic polymers for systemic siRNA administration.

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  • A second, complementary delivery technology known as PolyTran ™ uses a library of novel peptide-based biodegradable polycationic polymers for systemic siRNA administration.

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  • Intradigm is unique among private companies, with its comprehensive RNAi therapeutics platform consisting of structural features for next-generation RNAi molecules, biodegradable polycationic polymers for the delivery of RNAi therapeutics and proprietary siRNA sequence applications.

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  • Our results suggest that RyRs would be subject to dual modulation (activation and block) by polycationic domains of neighboring proteins via electrostatic interactions.

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  • Intradigm is unique among private companies, with its comprehensive RNAi therapeutics platform consisting of structural features for a next generation of RNAi molecules, biodegradable polycationic polymers for the delivery of RNAi therapeutics and proprietary siRNA sequences.

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  • One such approach is the use of DNA condensed with polycationic polymers.

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