We have discovered that in live organism the breaking of certain chemical bonds by any type of known pathogens may cause subsequent changes of isotopes involved into such chemical bond formation. At present, isotope effects are associated with very little changes of chemical reaction’s kinetics or small deviations in the parameters of phase transitions. In live matter, seemingly insignificant isotope substitution leads to asymmetry of autocatalytic reactions, amplification of chirality and isotope selectivity of biomolecules making all the difference between life and death.
Our technology is pathogen indifferent, affecting the deepest level in the hierarchy of biological organisms and therefore universal. It can be used separately or in combination with existing medicine to address unmet needs related to a wide variety of pathologies.