ALZ-112 was the name of the viral 'cure' for Alzheimer's Disease developed by Dr. Will Rodman at the Gen-Sys Laboratories over the course of five-and-a-half years. Among the chimp test subjects were Bright Eyes, Lorelei, Chambers, Burke and Verdon. A military-sanctioned 'variant' of the drug was administered to Burke and Verdon, the latter of whom was later shot attempting to escape. Bright Eyes went berserk just as Rodman was announcing his progress to members of the board. The project was closed down as a result, but Rodman adopted the new-born child of Bright Eyes, Caesar, who developed remarkable intelligence as a result of his mother's exposure to the virus. Rodman noted that both Bright Eyes and Caesar developed a green tint in their eyes as their intelligence increased.