ReGenesis tackled the up-to-date subject of bioterrorism - specifically bioterrorism generated by the fantastic scientific advances made during the early 21st century. Peter Outerbridge starred as David Sandstrom, chief scientist and molecular biologist for the North American Biotechnology Advisory Commission. Popularly known as NorBAC, which had been created to investigate (and in some cases terminate) examples of questionable biotechnology. Though mankind had advanced to the point of being able to create "perfect" food, luxury items and even babies in the lab, not everyone was motivated by altruism,and there were plenty of madmen and terrorists with deep pockets who intended to use high-tech science for evil purposes.
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NorBAC investigates an outbreak of prion disease (mad cow) in humans. The victims are spread out across North America. How are the cases connected? In the aftermath of Hiras's death, David (Peter Outerbridge) is determined to expose the fraudulent reverend from episode 3. David suspects his old friend Danny (Hugh Dillon), a hockey player, is using a dangerous performance-enhancing steroid.
The episode was rated 7.55 from 55 votes.
As the search continues for the source of the deadly prions, NorBAC zeros in on a large agribusiness they suspect of selling infected chickens. David (Peter Outerbridge) tries to convince Danny (High Dillon) to stop gene therapy. Caroline (Maxim Roy) insists that David interview Jill Langston (Sarah Strange), for the vacated virologist position at NorBAC. His reluctance turns to lust when he meets her.
The episode was rated 7.62 from 50 votes.
It's a race against time to identify the cause of a deadly virus, spreading rapidly and headed straight for the city. It's up to NorBAC to identify patient zero and contain the outbreak. As if a deadly virus wasn't enough, NorBAC's Chief Scientist, David Sandström (Peter Outerbridge) must deal with the unexpected arrival of his belligerent teenage daughter, Lilith (Ellen Page), and arguments with NorBAC's Executive Director Caroline Morrison (Maxim Roy) over the security clearance of the one member of his team he'll need the most, his top virologist.
The episode was rated 7.65 from 83 votes.
The US government wants to cut over $3 billion out of the science budget, and NORBAC has to prove they deserve to stay in operation. Meanwhile, a West Nile like virus is breaking out in San Francisco, but it's showing some abnormal traits. A scientist at the University of Toronto claims to be able to help Owen with his addiction.
The episode was rated 7.65 from 26 votes.
Season 4 finale. A glimpse into the future renews David's determination to stop the birth of the first human clone.
The episode was rated 7.67 from 24 votes.
David and Carlos are still investigating the poison that is affecting Charringa's lemon crops in Florida, before the United States decide to bomb Cuba. Jill, on the other hand, asks Mayko to contact all the other labs using the same stem cells from Korea to let them know a retrovirus is in that strain. Bob offers to verify all the steps one more time with her and see if her findings are correct. Simon Jessup finding that Glenn responds to all the stimuli suggests that he undergoes brain surgery.
The episode was rated 7.67 from 27 votes.
In order to help a mother and her unborn child, David starts a research to fight a very strong strain of the HIV virus which she has and for which there is no known cure.
The episode was rated 7.71 from 35 votes.
NorBAC reviews an experimental treatment being used on children with Leukemia. Just as they are about to declare the cancer therapy safe, another child dies. David (Peter Outerbridge) disregards the proper channels and goes to Nunavut to get a sample of what he believes is the Spanish Flu virus from a frozen corpse. Mick (Mark Rendall) and Lilith (Ellen Page) go whale-watching in Quebec, but Lilith begins to realize just how sick he is.
The episode was rated 7.73 from 45 votes.
NorBac must find a cure to a bacterium that will surely kill David and Bob if they do not succeed. They also need to engineer the cure so that it eradicates the bacterium that was probably transported by the wind after the explosion of the lab in Utah.
The episode was rated 7.76 from 17 votes.
There is a series of suicides in Arkansas that Norbac is called to investigate. David tries to decipher the work of a friend who died in a car accident.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 29 votes.
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