The name Girihlet comes from Girih Tiles: A set of five tiles that were used to create aperiodic tiling patterns (AD 1200 onwards). Till the discovery of Penrose tiles (1974), it was believed that such tiling was impossible. This is an inspiration to us, as we strive to shine light on the various impossible-to-reach corners of the genome.

Without understanding the immune system, we can not effectively treat cancer and fight allergies, infections, autoimmune disease. Our T & B cell sequencing assays are the most affordable and effective means of measuring the immune system on the market. This will be used to create the world’s only immune map database which will allow us to predict and measure a person’s health status.