I’m The Only One With Genius DNA 44
I’m The Only One With Genius DNA chapter 44
Player of Life (6)
Shin Young-yeon, a senior researcher at the stem cell research department, spent Friday night at the club.
It feels like all the stress I received while preparing for the clinical trial is gone.
But his stamina quickly wore off.
I didn’t have a problem staying up all night when I was 20.’
She got out of the club at 1 a.m. and caught a taxi nearby.
A slightly twisted tongue with whisky sounded a bit drunk.
Shin Young-yeon, who sat in the back seat, hugged her handbag and said,
“Let’s go to Gunyoung Apartment in front of Sindorim Station. ·····?”
There was a man in the passenger seat.
“I’m sorry. I thought I was empty. I must have misread it.”
The taxi driver said to Shin Young-yeon, who was about to get out of the car.
“It’s an empty car, sir. The person sitting in the passenger seat is my wife.”
The knight was an old man about 70 years old. The wrinkles on his face were not only created by time.
“My wife is Alzheimer’s, and I don’t have anyone to take care of at home, so I’m taking her around. If you feel uncomfortable, you can get off. Or I’ll take you there.”
“Ah·····. I’m fine.”
“Yes. Then should I go to Shindorim Gunyoung Apartment?”
“Yes, please go there.”
Shin could sit diagonally and see the side of the passenger’s grandmother.
Black mushrooms were blooming all over the face and were a little chubby. I was wrapped in a thick coat that my husband had worn.
On the way.
The taxi driver didn’t care at all and kept talking to his wife.
“Honey, look out the window. This is Han River. Do you recognize this? It’s where Dong-il and I came to play together.”
Passing Yanghwa Bridge, the driver said.
Grandma didn’t respond at all.
“Isn’t it pretty?”
“But I should have left my laundry at home. I’m sure it’s all gone now.”
“Can you do it for me when I get home? I’ll do the dishes.”
Grandmother replied in a sharp voice.
“You don’t like it? Hahahaha. Do you want to do the dishes then?”
“Are you hot right now? I’m sweating.”
The knight swept his grandmother’s cheek with his right arm.
“I’ll drop you off later and untie you. Hang in there.”
The car took a moment to wait for the signal.
The taxi driver turned on the National Singing Contest on his mobile phone YouTube.
“Would you like to watch this?”
He gave his cell phone to his grandmother.
Grandmother turned her head coyly.
The knight smiled awkwardly.
“It’s like the beginning of a relationship. When I first met him, he was so picky. How hard it must have been for me to please.”
He glanced at Shin Young-yeon in the rearview mirror and said.
“But I loved that time.”
There’s a signal. The driver stepped on the accelerator again.
After a while, the taxi arrived in front of Gunyoung’s apartment.
“You can drop me off here.”
Shin Young-yeon took a business card out of her purse while paying with her card.
She gave out her business card.
“I’m a researcher in Eisen’s stem cell research department. The company is preparing for a clinical trial for Alzheimer’s.”
“Yes, if you’re interested, please contact me. Of course, even subjects need to conduct clinical suitability tests, so supporting them is not all possible, but still ····.”
“Aizen means Dr. Liu, right?”
Shin Young-yeon replied. In fact, she is a low-ranking figure, so she has never met a big star like Ryu Young-joon. However, Ryu Young-joon is in charge of the project.
“Actually, I was thinking about getting a clinical trial at Eisen. Dr. Ryu Young-joon is also a famous person.”
The knight grinned.
Somehow it felt like the smile was made by squeezing force around the mouth.
“Thank you for your business card. I’ll call you next time.”
Earlier Monday, Ryu was in a private meeting with Yoon Dae-sung at Eisen’s CEO’s office.
“The development of a cure for Alzheimer’s has been successful. I finally confirmed the results of the rat experiment, and I sent a paper to the Science Editor last night.”
Ryu Young-joon said.
“Good for you.”
Yoon Dae-sung said dryly. I wasn’t happy at all. Now that I know what Ryu Young-joon is going to ask for.
Ryu Young-joon said.
“Stem cell research and the clinical trial management center at the headquarters are now recruiting subjects.”
“Do you think it’s going to be clinical?”
“In my personal opinion, I succeed. One hundred percent.”
Yoon Dae-sung repeatedly washed his face in his chair as if he were in trouble.
“Mr. Ryu, you’re going to build an affiliate with Alzheimer’s and become independent, right?”
“Yes, in addition to that, we’re moving to Avio what we have in our headquarters and in our life-creation department of reverse differentiation stem cell source technology. And glaucoma therapy, of course.”
“And I need some support from you. There’s a research building that my lab has put up for sale, and I’m going to buy the building and set up Avio there. The price is 14 billion won. Please give me a discount.”
“I heard that the first lab bought it for nine billion dollars when it bought it. I’ll buy it for 10 billion.”
“I’ll tell General Kim Hyun-taek that.”
“Thank you, and there are a few more things I’d like to take from Eisen headquarters.”
“What is it?”
“For now, please give us access to all of Eisen’s facilities.”
Yoon Dae-sung closed his eyes tightly. It’s coming soon.
Ryu Young-joon said.
“Abio is going to use stem cell treatments not only for neurodifferentiation but also for artificial organ culture. In this process, I need access to the laboratory animal resources center and clinical trial management center that I used in Eisen, and the hands of three-dimensional incubators and technicians.”
“Other than that, many of the research we’re going to do at Avio will definitely require Eisen’s infrastructure. Therefore, I would like to have the same access as other laboratories. Please allow me to use all of that central system for a certain fee.”
In fact, this system is a key pillar of Eisen’s research and development.
One of the biggest reasons why other domestic pharmaceutical companies can’t keep up with Eisen is due to the system’s failed setup.
It costs astronomical money and a lot of time. The central research support system that has been established for 60 years since Yoon Dae-sung’s father generation.
However, Yoon Dae-sung now has no way to stop Ryu’s demands.
“······. I see.”
He said so.
“What’s your next request?”
“There is a new probiotic product being developed by the Health and Food Department of the Sixth Laboratory. I’m in charge of development. It’s a big project that we’re working on together with a venture company called Selizenor, and if I move to Avio, I think I’ll get confused with the project’s business direction line.”
Ryu Young-joon said.
“So I’m thinking of moving them all to Avio. You don’t have to move the whole Probiotics team, but you can move just one new product. Even so, research will be done in Eisen as usual. All the development equipment is here.”
Yoon Dae-sung thought about it for a moment.
At best, it is probiotics, but I couldn’t guess why Ryu Young-joon covets it.
Of course, the healthcare industry is an important area and probiotics is also an emerging item. But it’s not the whole area, it’s just one new pipeline.
It is also true that the impact is relatively low compared to stem cells.
I doubted that there was something huge hidden in the new probiotics product.
Yoon Dae-sung would have screamed in surprise if he knew it was a type 2 diabetes treatment.
However, Ryu has not told anyone about it so far. Choi Myung-joon and Song Ji-hyun of Celizener, who are in charge of probiotics, also do not know this fact.
“I’ll have him move the pipeline.”
Yoon Dae-sung said.
“Thank you, and in addition, we need to use the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facility in Eisen later. Please include Avio’s Ezen facilities, not research and development, but production.”
GMP is a U.S. FDA regulation that provides guidelines for the production of medicines.
How do you measure the quality of nylon compared to a sock factory, for example, and polyester manages it like this. Those are the rules.
The sock factory will not be so strictly audited, but in the case of a new drug administered to the human body, screening is essential to ensure its quality.
Drugs must be produced at production facilities that have passed GMP due diligence.
Usually, bio-new drug production facilities deal with cultures ranging from tens of liters to hundreds of liters, producing and refining biomaterials.
Eisen boasts the world’s largest scale here.
Although it is hard to believe that the GMP here is the level of a storage tank.
Employees change and sterilize at the entrance and pass through hundreds of incubation baths and reservoir tanks, and the largest reservoir tanks even have pears.
Employees cross the other side on a small sterile ferry. Believe it or not, it is actually doing so. This is why it is difficult to circle around such a wide tank.
Because it was so large and the amount of money it covered was astronomical, Eisen’s GMP plant had an almost subsidiary-level independent position.
And it is also the facility that Ryu Young-joon coveted the most in Eisen.
“Okay, do you have anything else to ask for?”
“There is an early liver cancer treatment called Cellicure that Selizener sold to Eizen about half a year ago.”
Ryu Young-joon said.
“Please transfer the rights of the drug. I’m going to develop it with Selizener at Avio.”
“······. All right.”
In fact, the Cellicure case was never reported to Yoon Dae-sung. This is because both Ji Kwang-man and Kim Hyun-taek were dealt with.
However, after Ryu Young-joon’s rapid rise in fame, Yoon Dae-sung’s ears finally came to the fore.
“That’s all. I was thinking about persuading you, but you’re all willing to listen. Thank you.”
“That way, when I exchange my shares with Dr. Liu, he’ll take care of my situation a little bit.”
“Ha ha. Okay. I’ll make a good decision.”
“What do you think of the ratio?”
“We exchange 10 percent of our shares in the name of the company. The ratio is one-to-one, with Aizen having a 10 percent stake in Aizen, and Aizen having a 10 percent stake in Aizen.”
Yoon Dae-sung’s face has hardened.
“You invested 20 billion won in the creation of Avio, right?”
“Eisen has a market capitalization of over 200 trillion won.”
“But one-on-one? Do you think that’s possible?”
“The government said they were investing in me. We decided to receive 300 billion won in support of small and medium-sized businesses without any consideration.”
“But is it still comparable to 200 trillion won in market capitalization?”
“We can do the equity deal later. Just write a ten percent transferable rights contract and deal later. If you don’t think the unit price is right, you can destroy it then.”
“What about the deadline?”
One year is enough. In it, Avio will grow tremendously. No shareholder will be able to say anything to you about the one-on-one exchange decision.”
Yoon Dae-sung took a sip of tea.
Ryu already has a 4 percent stake.
If Avio takes a 10 percent stake in Eisen, Ryu will effectively hold 14 percent. Ryu Young-joon will monopolize 90% of Avio’s
On the contrary, Yoon Dae-sung is hard to control a 10 percent stake in Avio that Eisen’s headquarters will have.
Even if he is the CEO, only 14 percent of Eisen shares in the entire Yoon Dae-sung family.
As a result, Ryu Young-joon’s stake in Eisen will be the same as that of the Yoon Dae-sung family.
Yoon Dae-sung has a lot of friendly friends, but will it be maintained even after Avio’s rapid growth?
‘Management rights are shaken.’
Only Ji-kwang made a hasty move, but perhaps out of concern for this situation. You probably thought you had no choice after the creation of Avio.
‘Jigwangman ·····. Why didn’t you do a good job?’
Now, the entire nation is paying attention to Eisen after the Ji Kwang-man incident.
And they were laying the blame on the Yoon Dae-sung family as well. Because it is the same management.
What if Yoon Dae-sung refuses Ryu Young-joon’s one-on-one exchange?
How will the public anger and shareholders’ criticism of the Yoon Dae-sung family change?
Shares that fell significantly after Ji Kwang-man caused an accident can recover once Avio is established.
Many small shareholders, SG Group and Berkshire have no interest in Yoon Dae-sung’s management rights.
It doesn’t matter if the manager changes. It might be better if Ryu Young-joon takes charge of it.
The moment Ryu Young-joon rejects the offer to exchange shares, Yoon Dae-sung’s management rights will also disappear.
‘I was wrong.’
In fact, the management rights have already left the hands of Yoon Dae-sung.
Exchanging shares will only result in a one-year grace period.
I’m The Only One With Genius DNA chapter 44