I am delighted to present to a wider audience the newest project of Displaced Discoveries, in collaboration with Devara Biotech.
In short, our observations suggest that Triglavian mutaplasmid infection can sometimes act as a vitoxin antidote, and that certain types of mutaplasmids provide a mutating antidote source able to catch and match the changes in vitoxin, potentially leading to either a new cure or keys to cheap and efficient mass-production of Insorum-like cures.1
Without further ado, I refer to the attached presentation for details of our work, and call for any interested parties to collaborate further. While we have our own field teams and support, our work has been justly called ‘searching for a needle in a haystack’, and thus would benefit from a wider network for collection of promising samples and/or reports there-of. We also welcome any and all comparative work and have reports available for distribution on our work so far.
We expect it to be months before we have further progress to reveal, but are excited to have set up a network of invested parties and a good stock of initial promising samples.
Sky Seolec, PhD
On behalf of
Displaced Discoveries Insorum Task Group: Toryn and Elaleyn Maastrae, Sonngar Uta/Maastrae, Jon Thunder Ingriv, Revelation Ar-Taeron, Sky Seolec
With thanks to:
- Electus Matari for material and logistic support of field research in Pochven as well as financing the original medical facilities and research
- Devara Biotech for collaboration and providing an advanced laboratory space for a displaced research circle
- Kybernaut researcher Scius Falkenhaupt for his contributions as well as key discoveries in transport of active mutaplasmids
- Veteran capsuleers of Ushra’Khan for agreeing to share samples for comparative research on the original Insorum prototype in their possession as well as current mutaplasmid samples from occupied Krirald
- Bosena Accords for allowing scientific access to ground in war-torn Skarkon
- Suddenly Spaceships for additional samples of promising mutaplasmid strains and their work on toxin-mutaplasmid interactions
- Tribesmen of Stribog Clade for their aid in facilitating this unprecedented collaboration.
1 Vitoxin is an Amarrian slave control method, where victims are injected with a toxin that without an antidote leads to slow and painful death. The toxin changes itself in a pattern difficult to predict without prior knowledge, meaning the the antidote needs to be administered repeatedly, and allowing an exclusive source of antidote, the Vitoc, to be held by the Amarr Empire. To this date, only one known completely curative agent to vitoxin infection has been discovered: the Insorum. Insorum is a reliable method of removing vitoxin infection, but has proven difficult to impossible to mass produce. For a comprehensive overview of Vitoc see Electus Matari publications “The Vitoc Problem” and “Vitoxin Cure”.