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  • American startup is developing a biostimulator that can replace laboratory animals


    Verisim Life startup announced the creation of a special simulator that will work on the basis of neural networks and will be able to replace animals during drug testing. It will also significantly speed up the process of licensing medicines.

    Digital muscle stimulator will eliminate the need to test drugs on animals. Thanks to artificial intelligence, it will be able to demonstrate the interaction of drugs and chemical compounds with biological systems. In this case, the animals themselves will not be subjected to experiments.

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    The aim of the development of American startups Verisim Life was the simplification of procedures for testing and promoting effective drugs on the market. The fact is that research on monkeys, mice, dogs, rats, cats, and pigs is conducted for a long time, and according to statistics, only 10% of drugs are allowed to the certification stage. Most of the experiments lead to the death of animals.

    The proposed Verisim Life solution, if successful, will reduce the time to market from a few years to a few days, as well as to abandon animal testing. The manufacturer plans to create digital copies of people for even more effective testing of medicines and medicines.


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