I’m The Only One With Genius DNA 25
I’m The Only One With Genius DNA chapter 25
Author I (3)
Director Ji Kwang-man was lost in thought, keeping an eye on Ryu Young-joon.
The beak eyes are very burdensome and intense. It looked like a thousand-year-old toad was about to devour its prey.
But strangely it doesn’t feel aggressive.
It was a look of tapping the calculator.
Ji Kwang-man didn’t say anything, but I felt in his head that he counted all kinds of cases and counted profits and losses.
Ryu Young-joon’s hands are a little sweaty.
I was anxious because I answered late, but I held my breath and waited carefully.
A few minutes before the tense confrontation continues.
Only Ji Kwang-man said.
“It’s a funny story. It’s the most mysterious person I’ve met recently. Dr. Liu.”
“But Dr. Liu. Do you think I’m embarrassed by the threat of a substitute researcher going to Pfizer?”
“Well, I don’t think he’s a person who evaluates a person’s skills at least by rank.”
Only Ji-kwang smirked.
“You don’t say a word. Definitely, the guts are worth cursing at Director Hwang. But that kind of nerve can only be exercised if your skills are supported. You know, without it, it’s nothing more than a bluff.”
“How are you going to prove that? I understand that you showed good performance at the seminar. But the next thing is the next thing, it doesn’t matter what happened before, does it?”
“I’ll do neurological treatment with reverse differentiated stem cells. We’ll succeed in the animal experiment model, and then prepare for the clinical trial.”
“How much time?”
“A month will do.”
“Dr. Ryu, I majored in business administration, but I also studied biology separately. Even though we can’t experiment, we know the theory as well as most newbies. I know how big a technology Dr. Liu’s reverse differentiated stem cells are. That we’re just getting started. But you’re going to finish your full-time surgery in just a month?”
“You can do it.”
“It won’t take a dozen years for other scientists. You know what I’m talking about, right?
Ji Gwang-man got up from his seat and moved to the window.
He folded his arms and looked out, lost in thought.
“Dr. Ryu, I’m a businessman. So I only think of profit. I’ll do anything if it’s profit or loss. Whether it’s giving a surrogate employee a huge right of approval or a 10% stake in a large patent to an individual.”
“But I don’t know if it’s really in the company’s interest to give Dr. Liu that power.”
Only Ji Kwang-man turned his head and shot Ryu Young-joon.
“In a month, you can end neurological preclinical surgery with reverse differentiated stem cells? If you’re that good, why are you still in our company? If I were you, I’d start a business. They can make a lot more money and get better treatment, right?”
“I’m sure they’ll just make a bunch of chicken pills. This is the only infrastructure that can do research on cultivating artificial organs with reverse differentiated stem cells and differentiating them into new tissues. I want to do that research.”
“Is that all?”
“Yes, how many patients in the world are struggling with irreparable damage to the body? I want to develop reverse differentiated stem cells to treat them.”
“I don’t quite understand human types like Dr. Ryu. You must have fought with Director Kim Hyun-taek and you’re so sick of the company that you just want to study stem cells, and that’s why you’re staying here?”
“Is it purely because of your passion for new drug development?”
“Do you know why I fought with Major General Hwang and was demoted?”
Only Ji-kwang closed his eyes tightly.
This is what happened when Selizenor eliminated a better new liver cancer drug.
And Ryu Young-joon said, “It’s against the ethics of research,” and that he cursed and fought in the face of Kim Hyun-taek’s face.
Now, what kind of person is Ryu Young-joon?
If there was even a speck of political calculation, it would not have hit a powerful person like Kim Hyun-taek.
It’s an accident that really happened because I’m a pure, ethical, profit-and-loss researcher.
Yoon Bo-hyun also reported like that. Dr. Liu is a freak genius crazy about science and research ethics.
If you start a business with that skill, you will spend the rest of your life comfortably making and selling small medicines.
However, they say that the reason why they remain in Eisen is because they want to develop stem cells as medicine.
If worms like Gil Hyung-joon had said such a thing, they would have cut it off at once and wouldn’t believe it.
It could be dangerous if someone in power enough to have the right to approve such a budget had a different mind from management.
But what about the precedents this young man has shown before?
Only Jigwang opened his eyes.
“All right, I’ll give you a month.”
Let’s be fooled and wait and see.
“In that time, make it a successful animal experiment model and bring it back. Until then, we’ll put this patent application in place, and we’ll hold off on the contract.”
“If you succeed, please give us a definite answer that you will proceed as is.”
“If successful, I will approve both the patent application form and the contract that Dr. Ryu posted. I guarantee it. And one more thing.”
Only Ji-kwang added.
“I’ll do the same for the stem cell department. Please share the reverse differentiated stem cell technology. I don’t care what disease model it treats. Dr. Liu and the stem cell division may have different outcomes.”
“Stem cell department·····. As you said, it is not simple to succeed in treating diseases in animal testing in a month. I don’t want to burden your department.”
“I’m not going to punish you for not being good at it. But shouldn’t there be a control group to prove that Dr. Liu is indeed a far superior figure to other scientists, and that we are worthy of a 90% patent stake?”
“······. All right.”
Ryu Young-joon’s lips went up when he said control group. When proving the efficacy of a new drug candidate, it is a scientific term referring to a separate sample that deals only with competing substances.
General Manager Ji Kwang Man. There were rumors that he was a crazy dog or a gangster, but in reality, he is a thoroughly rational person.
There are times when extreme rational and computational judgments seem paradoxically monstrous or crazy. Ji Kwang-man was that type of person.
It is a character type like a sociopath who can do anything to gain or succeed.
There’s definitely a reason why people are shivering.
Come to think of it, there’s a king in your head that way, right?
The one who said to calculate human life as a break-even point and spread the virus to root out the flu. Real lunatic, psychopath Rosalyn·····.
The context is a little strange, but somehow it feels strangely reliable.
“I’ll see you in a month then.”
Ryu Young-joon said hello and got up.
It’s been a month.
Although it is a condition that is directly hung, I am truly sorry for the stem cell department.
Even if the recipe for making reverse differentiated stem cells is delivered, it will take a month to reproduce.
And even treat a disease model animal with it within that period.
If that’s the case, stem cell researchers won’t there. I switched places with the research director.
But since we’re competing anyway, this side is definitely over it with all their might.
Ryu Young-joon visited the researcher responsible for wiring.
She was looking at nude mouse model data on the computer.
When Ryu Young-joon called, he looked back in surprise.
“You’re watching a nude mouse.”
“Ha ha. It has nothing to do with our work. I got caught doing something else.”
Wiringmi closed the Internet window feeling awkward.
The nude mouse is a type of experimental mouse that has no immune system.
In addition, there is no fur or hair, which is why it is called a nude mouse. It is mainly used to study immune responses.
And Wiringmi was originally a researcher who worked at the Center for Experimental Animal Resources and was in charge of animal testing.
When I gave birth to my second child, I came here as conflicts with my bosses intensified due to various issues related to parental leave.
However, even during the biosynthesis experiment of the cells, Wirwimi had much lingering attachment to the animal experiment.
That’s why sometimes I would look through new animal models, animal experiment services offered by Eisen or other companies as products.
“Can you do an animal test?”
asked Ryu Young-joon.
“In my department?”
“I hope it’s a mouse experiment.”
“Oh, do you have anything in mind?”
“I’m going to create a visual nerve.”
Ryu Young-joon said.
As if wondering what this sound was, the shock spread on Wirwumi’s face.
“The optic nerve ·····?”
“Are you talking about the thing in the retina in your eyes? The optic nerve I know?
“Can that be made using stem cells?”
“Stem cells can be differentiated into all cells. Of course, nerve cells are possible.”
It’s like a spacecraft can go out of space. Then, of course, you can go to Mars or Jupiter, right? How about Jupiter for our next picnic?’ sounds like.
It is true that reverse differentiated stem cells are great, but how can they make optic nerves with themselves?
It’s almost an unexplored outback. I’m not lying, I really don’t know anything.
However, there was a reason why Ryu Young-joon caught such a difficult target.
This is a bell that signals a new wind in medicine. It has to make a name for itself around the world with its enormous impact.
The target for that is ‘sight’.
A few years ago, pharmaceutical company Spark came up with a drug called Lukster.
The drug is a gene therapy that works in the retina.
The RPE65 gene is put into the retina cells of patients with broken genetic diseases, and the synthesized RPE65 gene is put into the virus.
So what happens?
Patients’ vision improves to the point where they can distinguish between black and white light from the blind.
It’s not perfect, but the quality of life simply rises tremendously.
There is a difference between black and black lines in daily life.
The price of medicine is 100 million won per eye.
It was a huge price, but there was a line of people who wanted to do it.
It’s a matter of course.
To put it bluntly, wouldn’t you want to sell your liver or kidney if it didn’t bother you?
That’s how much humans rely on the sense of vision.
And after Roosterna’s tremendous prowess, there was a mysterious wind in the pharmaceutical industry.
It is the boom in the gene therapy market.
The impact of the story that opened the blind’s eyes was too strong.
In the meantime, there has been no justification for those who opposed the gene therapy, saying that it may be dangerous, its safety has yet to be verified.
“It’s dangerous, sleep and get rid of it, my baby’s about to die! I’ve been buried by the voices that say, “You’ve become a Rookster!”
The pharmaceutical market has reversed, making it difficult to contain the development of gene therapy any longer development of gene therapy.
Many pharmaceutical companies, including Eisen, have invested a huge amount of money in developing genetic treatments, and governments from each country have also poured a huge amount of money into support.
As a result, dozens of new drugs have been put into clinical trials in just a few years.
Stem cell therapy is the same.
It is the first counter-differentiated stem cell treatment.
We have to shake off the power of the world with a powerful impact. At once, he should stand at the center of the medical community and attract everyone’s attention.
Only Ji-kwang, who said, “Try it,” should shed tears of emotion, saying, “I didn’t expect you to do this much.”
That way, latecomers using reverse differentiated stem cells can cruise on the wind.
“The optic nerve is much easier to touch than the spinal cord or the brain or something like that. But it’s significant in that it can dramatically improve the quality of life for patients.”
Ryu Young-joon said.
“But it’s better to dig easier models first.”
Wiring-mi muttered with a half-hearted look.
“It’s okay. You’ll be able to do it. Mr. Bae, can I get a retinal metamorphosis model mouse? To the end stage.”
Retinal degeneration model, end stage.
At this rate, all the retinal cells are gone, so it’s a rat in a state where you can’t see at all.
I’ll make him a new optic nerve.
It creates a new sense of vision for the rat, who has been blind all his life.
Luxterna was a treatment that managed to improve only one specific genetic disease of the intact optic nerve.
Nevertheless, it caused that much waves. However, it is a technique that reconstructs the entire optic nerve that has been completely necrotic.
How many mice are there to open their eyes? Scientists and doctors around the world will get a vision for the new future of medicine.
“I’ll get it. Somehow.”
Wirwumi answered with strength to her voice.
I’m The Only One With Genius DNA chapter 25