About Us

We are a group of scientists and technology innovators, which our passion and vision is to find innovative and effective solutions to active medical diseases.

We have developed a platform technology for detection of ubiquitous molecules which are biomarkers of infectious diseases by bacteria and viruses as well as other causes of cell necrosis.


Cell necrosis process, which as a result exports those ubiquitous molecules.

Detection and measurement of all those relevant ubiquitous molecules, supported by machine learning and advances algorithms, we are able to define the cause of cell necrosis by testing saliva, urine or any other body fluid in about 50 second test


Polyamines are low molecular weight aliphatic polycations, highly charged and ubiquitously present in all living cells. Interest has been increasing during the last 30 years in the naturally abundant polyamines putrescine (diamine), Spermidine (triamine) and spermine (tetra amine), which were demonstrated to be involved in a large number of cellular processes. For example, polyamines participate in modulation of chromatin structure, gene transcription and translation, DNA stabilization, signal transduction, cell growth and proliferation, migration, membrane stability, functioning of ion channels and receptor-ligand interactions Polyamines seem to exert their role through ionic interactions, owing to their unique structural feature of regularly spaced positive charges. Inside the cell polyamines are present in nearly mill molar concentrations (1020). There is equilibrium between polyamines that are bound to different polyanionic molecules (mainly DNA and RNA) and free polyamines. The free polyamine pool represents 7-10% of the total cellular polyamine content.

For all viruses, the ability to coopt the host cell’s resources for their own replication is essential, as viral genomes do not encode protein synthesis machinery, which is necessary for productive infection. Nucleic acids, amino acids, translational machinery, and membranes are all host components commonly appropriated from the infected cell, but the list can extend to signaling proteins and transcription factors as well. Viral replication is the formation of biological viruses during the infection process in the arget host cells. Viruses must first get into the cell before viral replication can occur. Through the generation of several copies of its genome and packaging these copies, the virus continues infecting new hosts. Cells that support viral replication are called permissive. Infections of permissive cells are usually productive because infectious progeny virus is produced. Most productive infections are called cytocidal (cytolytic) because they kill the host cell. Infections of nonpermissive cells yield no infectious progeny virus and are called abortive.

Ion Mobility Spectrometry

Ion Mobility Spectrometry is a technology which was developed late last century for detecting trace amount of volatile chemicals that can be ionized. Our Virion test is specially developed to detect as low as a few Nano mole {(1014)= 17x10-9} gram of each type of polyamines in Saliva in a fast test of 60 seconds, which lead to perform per device more than 1200 tests in 24 hrs. (Including registration of patient and machine self-cleaning). No need for any expert or professional to run the test. The test results show up automatically 15 seconds after the test is completed (30 sec. net testing time) by special algorithm. All data are saved automatically and cannot be changed.