Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 18, 2010 - Insight Realm Inc. has found a novel way to block cancer in the brain using a complex simulation program and thus provide the basis for a new series of vaccines against cancer.
The theoretical model is composed of many biophysical cells. These cells represent accurately metastasis processes. Cancer is formed due to cell proliferation and out-of-control cellular growth. To date we have managed to simulate a large number of cells
using custom cell models. Building better software tools that can scale to the organism size is one of the company’s top priorities.
"While there is an abundance of cell proliferation models in the cancer research field most of them do not convey accurately the biophysical properties and thus systems that employ them failed to capture an essential component that can block unwanted cellular growth. The study of tellomeres has provided significant insights into this process."
Our theoretic model bridges this gap and as a result provides a substantially better solution compared to existing models. Our preliminary findings indicate that a general solution is within our reach.
In a larger context this is in line with recent efforts from the past two decades, to come up with more reliable treatments that would minimize the side-effects."
The company will continue to focus on the vaccine development only." said Ovidiu Anghelidi, the company founder.
Insight Realm would also like to caution against expecting a quick time frame for vaccine implementation.
The estimate is that another 10 years will pass until the company would have a vaccine that exhibits full capabilities to fight most of the cancerigene agents.
Insight Realm Inc., a Canadian company, performs research and development in life sciences using bioinformatics, large computer science models.