Pioneering the emergence of a new field called synthetic virology
"In 5-8 years, engineered viruses will become the major agents of immunotherapy and organism engineering."
Training Viruses on How to Fight Cancer More Effectively
We are engineering viruses through evolution to make them better at what they do.
Intellivir ™ Program is a tailor-made oncolytic (cancer-killing) virus discovery & optimization service.
Helping therapeutics companies improve their oncolytic viruses by increasing blood stability, specific infectivity, tissue specificity, immune evasion, anti-cancer immune response triggering rate and many other skills of choice.
Providing the highest degree of therapy personalization. Services extending up to "single virus optimized per patient" using animals individually modeling patients' immune system & tumor.
Intellivir ™ Program is the first application of programmed virus evolution enabled by GEEN's Intellify ™ Genetic Chip technology.
Intellify ™ turn viral populations into a biological AI. It simply reprogrammes viruses to gain pre-defined skills through evolution. Reprogrammed viruses are trained within advanced animal disease models that realistically simulate patients for best results.
"Transforming viruses into high-speed learners in the lab, to let them figure out how to tackle cancer individually for each patient."
"Oncolytic Virotherapy is the inevitable future of cancer immunotherapy. They are in fact the ultimate programmable medical nanobots turned reality."
"Critically improving the long-promised oncolytic (cancer-killing) viruses to finally deliver a type-agnostic, safe & substantially effective cancer immunotherapy."
Intellify ™ Genetic Chipsets actually are modified versions of GeenOS optimized for guiding the evolution of viruses.
It all started years ago when GEEN Biotechnology team started working on a synthetic virus called GeenOS, designed out of advanced genetic circuits and combined parts of various viral DNAs.
The focus with GeenOS was quite different. But we discovered what can be done when viruses, genetic circuits, and computers are combined. And, where it is desperately needed.